Argentinian bicycle street art by Mart

1 month ago

These wonderfully flowing murals are by the Argentinian artist Mart, who first began painting in the streets of Buenos Aires at the tender age of 12, and was one of the first graffiteros to paint entire trains, introducing…



Fresh from the spray booth, a Donhou Bicycles Mondrian

1 month ago

This Columbus XCR racing frame is the latest from London-based frame builder Tom Donhou. Painted in the famous Mondrian-inspired colours of the La Vie Claire for a Bernard Hinault loving client, it’s a work of art in…



Cycle to work and back with David Shrigley

1 month ago

Glasgow-based artist David Shrigley has created this characteristically wry and lo-fi poster for the Do The Green Thing charity to promote Earth Hour on 29 March. In the words of the man himself: “I have made some crude drawings…



Is it a pizza cutter? Is it a tiny model of a fixie bike? No, it’s the Fixie Pizza Cutter!

1 month ago

Available in two suitably mouth-watering colour combinations, Watermelon (mint and pink) and Bumblebee (black and yellow), this Fixie Pizza Cutter proves once and for all which is the sharpest bike on the block. Both wheels…



Bicycle San Francisco: an incredible visual anthropology of bikes by Dwight Eschliman

1 month ago

It takes something a bit special to elicit a verbal ‘wow’ from my mouth on a Monday morning. But Bicycle San Francisco has just pulled it off. The site is an anthropological study of the bicycle by…



Will’s one-of-a-kind leather-wrapped bicycles

1 month ago

For around the same amount of cash as you could buy a Pinarello Dogma (as ridden by Teak Sky) you could would pick up something a little more unusual, but equally head-turning. For instance, this…



A review of Vulpine’s Cotton Rain Trousers

1 month ago

Water in the right places keeps us alive. It’s healthy stuff to have around. Water in the wrong places however, and complaining about the consequences of it being there, is a very British tradition. Which…



You can now watch the cult fixed-gear film BÖIKZMÖIND in its entirety for free

1 month ago

Three years ago, graphic designer Gavin Strange decided to pick up a camera and start filming his mates riding fixed around his hometown of Bristol. But to describe the man and his film in such…