Tag Archives: bicycle

Bright Bike Benedict

Benedict Radcliffe is an artist with a unique situation. He’s been creating beautiful fixed gear bikes over in London and the results are candy-like. Neon pink, orange, green and yellow adorn every angle of the bike, creating a look that even Naughty by Nature could appreciate. Too bad Benedict’s phone is ringing off the hook. The 1990s keep calling him; ...

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See Saw Bike From My Atomic Mass

Looks like the art from designer Elad Barouch aka My Atomic Mass deals with excellent welding. This bike features two frames with three wheels total. The front fork, wheel and handlebars are shared by both riders. You both hop on, control the brake, kick your feet like Bob Haro and before you know it, you and your friend are see-sawing ...

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Guitar Hero On A Bike

I put this up in Afternoon Linkage but what the hell, it’s entertaining enough to demand a post. It’s a guy doing Guitar Hero on a bicycle. I can’t explain but it’s very well done. Watch. Link [via]

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Double-Sized DIY Bike

While out grabbing coffee this afternoon I spotted this crazy double-sized DIY bicycle. It’s made with two separate bike frames welded together and joined in front by a metal bar. The pedals actually work, but I can’t imagine why anyone would want to ride this thing– it seems like a horribly unsafe way to get around. Maybe it gives you ...

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Arduino Speed Vest

Brady Clark and Mykle Hansen made this nifty DIY speed vest for bikers that displays a light-up readout of the wearer’s speed. The vest works thanks to an Arduino open source computer, wheel speed sensor, nine-volt battery, and electroluminescent display. Hansen and Clark describe the speed vest as a “bicycle safety device and advocacy tool.” I don’t really see how ...

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The Dark Bike: James Perse Cruiser

A bike is a very personal object. I own a bright red BMX bike from the 1980s that I ride for pleasure. Lance Armstrong owns a gajillion 13-pound carbon fiber Treks. For our darker, gothic readers out there, you should really take note of James Perse’s new Cruiser bicycle. Resembling the ATB, the Cruise has vintage styling, limited edition, disgustingly ...

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Powder Coating Graphics For Your Bicycle

Using that 1989 GT Mach One with a rusty chain isn’t going to get you any ladies. I think it’s time you upgraded your ride to a simple road bike. It doesn’t matter what it looks like, because once you get one for dirt cheap, you’re going to re-do it at Geekhouse. For a fee, the company will use a ...

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Anti-Theft Device For Bike Leads Owner Into Sticky Situation

Some bikes, like that sideways mindfuck one, are worth getting stolen while others, like the ATB, are not. After all, you spent your hard earned cash to get a bike that’s older than the company producing it, so why should you have to suffer when some dead beat walks off with it? Have no fear, Immobitag is here. This plastic ...

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A Bike Design That Predates The Company Producing It

What a sweet ride! The Rasmus Gjesing ATB Tourist bicycle is the work of, you guessed it: Rasmus Gjesing. Gjesing’s company was founded 12 years ago and focuses on quality and design that tries to steer clear of the look of mass-produced bicycles. With the ATB, everyone may think you’re riding an old bike, but that top-of-the-line Motorola MP3 helmet ...

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Rollercoaster For Bikes, Sign Waver Prior To Riding

Think you’re hardcore? Think again. Swedish artist and designer Anders Jakobsen aka Lagombra has created a bicycle rollercoaster for the MU Art Foundation in Eindhoven. Made up of raw wood and scaffolding the coaster is reminiscent of a series of toppled dominoes. The tracks highest peak nearly hits two meters and dares riders to risk their necks for nothing more ...

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