Bike Storage – when it has to go on display


During the London Design FestivalQuarterre will launch three sculptural bike storage solutions – Hood, Branchline, and Shadow at the show Look Mum No Hands! Designed to support everyday life on two wheels, these premium pieces unite cycling culture with interior design. Display your bikes like works of art.

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Hood

Furniture for Bikes: Sculptural Bike Storage in technology style fashion main home furnishings  Category

Furniture for Bikes: Sculptural Bike Storage in technology style fashion main home furnishings  Category

Furniture for Bikes: Sculptural Bike Storage in technology style fashion main home furnishings  Category

Branchline

Furniture for Bikes: Sculptural Bike Storage in technology style fashion main home furnishings  Category

Furniture for Bikes: Sculptural Bike Storage in technology style fashion main home furnishings  Category

Furniture for Bikes: Sculptural Bike Storage in technology style fashion main home furnishings  Category

Shadow

Other People’s Lovely Bike: Surly from NewBikeDay


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Frame: Surly LHT 58″

Wheels: 700c H Plus Son TB14’s. Schmidt Son 28 front hub. Phill Wood rear hub. 32 DT Swiss spokes. Built by Shifter Bikes

Tyres: Schwalbe Kojak 35

Fenders: Gilles Berthoud 50 (Long) plus Mud flap

Crankset: Shimano XT M770 triple 9speed (170mm 44/32/22)

Front Derailleur: Shimano XT M771 (Duel pull, multi fit)

Rear Derailleur: Shimano XT M772 (Long cage)

Cassette: Shimano XT M770 (11-34T)

Chain: Sram PC991 cross step

Shifters: Shimano Dura Ace 7700 bar end levers

Brake Levers: Sram S500

Brake Calipers: Paul Touring Canti rear. Neo-retro Front

Handlebars: Salsa Cowbell 3 (44cm)

Bar Tape: Fizik MicroTex with Gel Pads

Stem: Thomson Elite X4 (0°/100mm)

Headset: Chris King 1 1/8

Front Cable Stop: Paul Funky Monkey

Saddle: Gilles Berthoud Aravis (Cork)

Seat Post: Thomson Elite Setback

Seat Post Collar: Salsa Lip-lock

Front Rack: Tubus Nova

Rear Rack: Tubus Cosmo

Bottle Cages: King Cage ss

Bidons: Camelbak Podium Chill

Pedals: Time Roc ATAC 4

Friday bike Poster: Info Infographic Informative Insight


Have a similar one myself.

British illustrator Andy Scullion has a goal to print this comprehensive guide to the bicycle, which outlines the family tree of dozens of popular models. You can buy a copy for £13

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The best titanium Bikes


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Darm i looked at them. I will settle for the De Roas Moots or Punch … thanks

Once extremely rare and oh-so-exotic, titanium might be a lot more attainable these days, but it still commands a premium over many other frame materials. There is also a lot more choice if you’re in the market for a titanium frame these days, and in this video we’ve rounded up six of the best examples we saw at the recent Eurobike show in Germany. There are many more frames we could have included of course, these are just a few of the highlights.

a hybrid bike built for the future


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​HUGE Design, a product design consultancy in San Francisco, teamed up with a local bike builder to create the ultimate utility bike for the 2014 Oregon Manifest bike design competition. The result was EVO Urban Utility Bike, a hybrid bicycle with a modular accessory platform that helps the bike adapt to the user’s needs. A Hybrid Bicycle Built for the Changing Needs of City Dwellers in style fashion main  Category When analyzing the current needs of city dwellers, they realized that the one consistent thing that was missing was, well, consistency. Not only does every biker have different needs, even these needs change throughout the week. It is this inconsistency that inspired them to build the EVO. A Hybrid Bicycle Built for the Changing Needs of City Dwellers in style fashion main  Category The EVO Urban Utility bike combines the robust nature of a mountain bike with the functionality of a city bike to match the different city environments. It has easily detachable cargo accessories that are attached through quick-connect mounts that quickly lock into the frame, or are removed when not needed. A Hybrid Bicycle Built for the Changing Needs of City Dwellers in style fashion main  Category The bike also has an asymmetrical frame that supports holding heavy loads in both the front and back of the bike. That “truss” frame geometry is functional and iconic, while also simplifying the welding and time for production. A Hybrid Bicycle Built for the Changing Needs of City Dwellers in style fashion main  Category A Hybrid Bicycle Built for the Changing Needs of City Dwellers in style fashion main  Category A Hybrid Bicycle Built for the Changing Needs of City Dwellers in style fashion main  Category EVO Urban Utility Bike also has a front fork lockout, making it easy to lean against the wall when loading and unloading. For safe night riding, it has front and back lighting systems, as well an integrated frame cable lock. A Hybrid Bicycle Built for the Changing Needs of City Dwellers in style fashion main  Category A Hybrid Bicycle Built for the Changing Needs of City Dwellers in style fashion main  Category A Hybrid Bicycle Built for the Changing Needs of City Dwellers in style fashion main  Category A Hybrid Bicycle Built for the Changing Needs of City Dwellers in style fashion main  Category A Hybrid Bicycle Built for the Changing Needs of City Dwellers in style fashion main  CategoryA Hybrid Bicycle Built for the Changing Needs of City Dwellers in style fashion main  Category A Hybrid Bicycle Built for the Changing Needs of City Dwellers in style fashion main  Category A Hybrid Bicycle Built for the Changing Needs of City Dwellers in style fashion main  Category

Monday Bike Style: touring ‘tastic


Dave Lipps had his portrait taken in 2009 at Missoula, Mont., while cycling across the country. It was part of a special exhibit at Cascade Lock in May  2014

Dave Lipps had his portrait taken in 2009 at Missoula, Mont., while cycling across the country. It was part of a special exhibit at Cascade Lock in May 2014

Nice pic inspired by my jolly on the touring bike