Part of the new line of Schwinn bicycles, the Willy is a 7-speed cruiser. Last years model was a horrible dodge neon blue, this update to black was much needed.
The Topeak (not pronounced toe-pee-ack?) Bikamper is a convenient one person tent that uses the front wheel, handle bars, and seat of your bike in lieu of tent poles.
The frame of Bamboocycle’s UH-02 model is made of bamboo harvested in the state of Veracruz, Mexico. It’s a nice design that is sure to catch glances on quiet suburban streets where it will be ridden.
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Need one of these for my daily trips to the Post Office.
via, Scouting NY
The best thing to happen to bicycle storage in the month of September.
$300 for Walnut, and $275 for Ash. Inquire here
On view at Gagosian Gallery in NYC until October 16th
A great tee for the fixed gear set designed by Gavin Strange, (jam factory). He also makes some nice vinyl toys.
Bike rack by David Byrne
Re-Up is where where take old features from our archive and make them new again.
All images courtesy of the BMX Museum.
Definitely feeling design for the bicycle folks, although the price tag ($185) also makes me feel like I’d need to use some plastic just to get it.
Cycles Papillon is based out of Portland, Oregon. Their custom-made bikes start at $1600.00.
Years old but, still cool. The Aquaduct by IDEO
“The Aquaduct is a pedal powered concept vehicle that transports, filters, and stores water for the developing world. The functional model was designed and constructed over a three week period for the Innovate or Die contest hosted by Google and Specialized…The Aquaduct is designed to allow a person to sanitize and transport water simultaneously. As the rider pedals, a pump attached to the pedal crank draws water from a large tank, through a carbon filter, to a smaller clean tank. A clutch engages and disengages the drive belt from the pedal crank, enabling the rider to filter the water while traveling or while stationary. The clean tank is removable and closed for contamination-free home storage and use.”