Posts Tagged ‘2010’

I’m a little late in posting this, as I actually wrote about the Sanitov Studio for Inhabitat last year when I was covering the London Design Festival for them… so yes you should check out that full post here. The main feature of the Sanitov exhibition their new C-Type Cargo bike that incorporates an innovative GPS tracking […]


I just discovered this little video about the The Glasgow Bike Shed and think it is a great way to showcase this Glaswegian Social Enterprise that recycles bikes. The shooting of the video, the nice french accent and the soundtrack all work really well. Another inspiring project which is similar, although with slightly different objectives […]


I woke up this morning and looked out the window to see that all the snow that arrived last Sunday is still here! Then I remembered about this great wee knit/crochet installation that was spotted on a Bicycle in New York in July. What a way to warm your bicycle up! I guess that it […]


Love Cycling and Love the Skyride was the general consensus from most people I saw or spoke to on Sunday at the Skyride in Glasgow.  I made it along in the afternoon; after a nice brunch, managing to borrow a nice bike for the day, fixing a puncture on said borrowed bike and picking up […]


Many people who love cycling, often love two things about it: the experience of riding and the beauty of the bicycle structure. A German bike shop in Altlandsberg (near Berlin) has capitalised on this in a recent PR stunt and transformed his shop’s ‘white canvas’ facade into a large-scale bicycle gallery art piece, by mounting 120 bikes […]


Glasgow and ‘Cycling Paradise’ are not traditionally two words that have gone well together. However, this weekend ‘paradise and party’ is what cyclists are being offered… so if you can get up and out on Sunday morning and the weather plays ball, it could be a great day. People are being encouraged to go wacky, […]


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 […]