Archive for June, 2010

I loved the documentary film Man on Wire which tells the story of the spectacular high wire ambitions of Philippe Petit. However, Philippe is not the only man out there with high wire ambitions as Martin Angelov of the Kolelinia Lab demonstrates with his range of ‘innovative’ concepts. Kolelinia bike lanes started life as a […]


Old bicycle parts have been transformed into Musical Bikes to create an experimental sound installation as part of the Kingston University Degree Show 2010. The spokes of the bicycle wheels have been replaced with string which creates a digital sound when plucked and the musicians simply need to try to keep up with the cyclist onscreen […]


Bike Week aims to turn Britain green by promoting ‘Everyday Cycling for Everyone’ at a range of events taking place nationwide this June. With a healthy selection of events happening in Scotland, it’s nice to see a few that break from the norm and offer something a little different such as the Cycle Cinema on the […]