Get a bike. Lock it to a post. Take a pic every day for a year. And this is what happens:
A project by RED PEAK For Hudson Urban Bicycles.
PUBLIC Bike disassembled & organized for Gap display.
(Via Things Organized Neatly.)
MIT’s “Copenhagen Wheel,” designed by the university’s SENSEable City Lab, is designed to be a simple addition to any bike that will give it some electric assistant. The benefits are obvious, and it’s scored MIT’s design an award from James Dyson, the vacuum king.
This super-tight concept bike was created by Servet Yuksel for the Seoul Cycle Design Competition 2010. Instead of traditional hollow tubes for the frame, Yuksel used bent metal.