Posts Tagged ‘Bikes’

Brush & Spoke

Anthony Cozzi - Dead Wheelie

Brush & Spoke – Nice curated site showcasing cycling related art. Dead Wheelie image by Anthony Cozzi.

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Vintage Road Bikes


Speedbicycles is a fantastic collection of vintage road bikes curated by ‘Stefan Schaefter’ with issues published online monthly.

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Bertelli Bikes

Bertelli Biciclette Assemblate

Bertelli – Biciclette Assemblate. Fantastic looking handcrafted bikes made in New York using a combination of new and vintage parts.

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Connected: Worksnug, CycleStreets, Tiltshift


  • Worksnug – Augmented Reality app’ for the iPhone 3GS that connects mobile workers to the nearest and best places to work.
  • CycleStreets – Noted at the recent Cambridge Tech Demo Night, CycleStreets is a UK-wide bike journey planner. Currently in beta but looks very promising.
  • TiltShift Generator – ToyCamera release their fifth toy for the iPhone.
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Fixed Mag.

Fixed Mag

Issue 4 of the excellent bike magazine ‘Fixed Mag.’ is available to download for free. Grab a copy while you can!

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The Dutch Master

Dutch Master

The ‘Dutch Master‘ from Core77. A limited edition hand-built cruiser. Digging the retro frame!

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Leather X Porteur


The ‘Leather X Porteur’ from Ateliers d’Embellie is a retro looking, heavily customised bike finished off with hand crafted leather. One neat touch is the hip flask stowed under the saddle.

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Le Tour

Le Tour

Project le Tour – Great portfolio of photograph’s from Brent Humphrey’s which really manage to capture what it’s like to follow the Tour de France.

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The Ultimate Fold-up


Looks similar to my Dahon Jack but I’m guessing that this is a lot tougher. The Montague Paratrooper designed to be dropped from the sky, is a tactical fold-up with front suspension, 24-speed SRAM X-5 shifters, and heavy duty double cage aluminum pedals.

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Lance Armstrong's customised Trek

Newson Trek

For the first stage of this years Tour de France, Lance Armstrong will be riding a customised Trek designed by Mark Newson. The bike looks amazing as you’d expect, finished in flat black offset by glossy contrast details including a ‘stroboscopic’ rear wheel design that appears to pulse as it spins.

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