Random pic of the week

January 5, 2009


The Walking Bike, combining shoes and bicycles for an artful (if not entirely super-functional) pedal-driven machine.

Extract from TreeHugger

Nulla Minimalist Bike

August 20, 2008


Designer Bradford Waugh came up with Nulla (meaning “nothing”) as a way of making bikes more stylish and lightweight. Lacking spokes, it uses a direct-gear-chain drive system, which leaves the bike looking like a simple set of open curves. It should able to work on a smooth street. Not for any stunts or off road use.

Extract from Tuvie


The Innervision is a plastic bicycle designed to be made from recycled plastic and for mass production.
It consists of two frames, both split into two halves. The inner section is ribbed with a triangular structure to stop it flexing, and the outer frame slots on over the top. These halves are then joined by welding.The rear forks are reinforced and it’s rigid and very light.
The prototype, by designer Matt Clark, is made from virgin plastic, but the plan is to make bikes from old food containers and other polypropylene waste.

Extract from Bike Commuters

Bi-Cycle

June 16, 2008



A unique tandem bicycle, Bi-Cycle allows both riders to contribute equally to the riding experience. Since both riders can steer and pedal at the same time, riding this bike demands a trust bond between the riders.

Flute Handles

June 3, 2008


Flute Handles reproduced the sound of a flute or an ocarina through the air rushing inside. An innovative idea for all those who love to listen to music rather than a honk or ring on their bicycle.

Extract from fubiz


I think about this every time when I am driving and looking at cyclists in front of me peddling happily and not aware of the danger around them, that, how nice it would be if someone sells a signalling device for cyclist…
Made with lilypad arduino, LEDs, & wrist mounted switches for control.

Extract from Flickr

Random pic of the week

February 18, 2008


Nine salvaged bikes were reassembled into a carousel formation. The bike is modular and can be dismantled and reassembled. It is normally left in public places where it can attract a variety of riders.

Extract from Robert Weshsler