bike rack... We need bike racks like these in Corvallis. Heck.... Oregon or even the whole NW!!!
1996 Red Bike Program in my hometown: Madison, WI.
Draisine, ca. 1818 This week’s Smithsonian Snapshot celebrates National Bike Month with the forerunner of the modern bicycle: this ca. 1818 draisine. In 1817, Karl Drais, a young inventor in Baden, Germany, designed and built a two-wheeled, wooden vehicle that was straddled and propelled by walking swiftly. Drais called it the laufmaschine or “running machine.” (More info here)
Traci Christel 7•19•2014 @ 3:33
This shot was... well it was taken by my hipster mother outside the ICA. We took my Northeastern Rowing launch down the Charles, through the locks, out into the Boston Harbor, and docked to explore the Seaport District by bicycle. Just another Sunday here in Boston.
Saw this man riding through Downtown Crossing here in Boston and made him stop. I don't claim to know all the bikes on the road but I can spot an ANT. "Not sport. Transport." - Mike of ANT Bikes
Bike with basket & flowers
Posting up at Copley Square in Boston's Back Bay. This is where a lot of guys and gals who ride go to work on their jokes and time-waisting skills. This photo was taken by a good friend from Boldfacers.com named Chris Sanchez.