Brendt Barbur: Bicycle Film Festival from Ellie McCutcheon on Vimeo.
This Abu Cali-based blogger came across an art show in Baghdad by the artist, Najm Al-Qaysi, that uses bronze and steel sculptures of people biking to make statements about the current broken situation […]
A fun little find on youtube by Vsauce2. I bet there are a few bikes you’ve never seen before in this video!
“Through music, I want to change the way that people perceive their surroundings. And I hope that this will inspire others to look at everyday objects with more curiosity and […]
Bicycle Spokes, in part, led archaeologists to reconceptualize the Byzantine Era. It sounds outrageous, I know. But stay with me. This magical fact popped up recently on my favorite NPR […]
“We’re not claiming to have invented the wheel, so to speak. We’re simply attaching two of them to a bamboo frame and making a quality bike that won’t break your […]
I came across this story during a solo, self-supported bicycle tour around the country in mid-summer 2013 (it’s how I moved to San Francisco). I also made a short video about that trip. With […]
Combining two activities I adore (credit to Rob Evans’ flickr & google image search)
I keep coming across stories about bamboo bicycles. When I first heard about them in January 2012), I didn’t really understand how bicycles made out of bamboo could make much sense. […]
Beautifully shot and incredibly cool.