Bike geek and avid collector of headbadges, Jeffrey Conner has one of the biggest collection of vintage headbadge, showcasing retro branding from famous brands such as Raleigh and Schwinn but also a lot more independent brands.
French multi-disciplinary artisanal studio Milton Priest launched this interesting sculpture/stool called the Twonky. A powder-coated, steel framed bike stool featuring a Brooks B67 leather saddle with copper springs.
Wheelys is a chain of organic bicycle cafés, enabling people (anyone!) to start their own businesses. Since launching in 2014, Wheelys has exploded over the world and currently operates cafés in more than 45 countries.
If you are still in need of a Christmas present, this $400 all white single speed bike from Solé is a great option.
Day after day our habits change and one of the most recent modifications in the way we live in the city is the increasingly popular use of the bicycles. But Suppose Design Studio created an entire complex dedicated to bicycles and their respective users.
Our friends over at BIKEID are launching these gorgeous limited edition bikes. The Copper, Chrome and Raw frames are limited to only 3 of each for the US and are launching at Wanted Design, as part of NY Design week. With a very reasonable price tag starting at $890 these bikes will sell out quickly!
Dwight Eschliman got hooked when he picked up his first Bianchi catalogue from a local bike shop in the early eighties in San Francisco’s SOMA district. Fascinated by bicycles and the way each bicycle reveals its owner’s personality, he began an anthropologic collection as a photographic series.