Watch the sneak peak of Paul’s Invisible Bike Prototype:
Brian–why bike to the bar when you can bring the beers along for the ride?
$22 on Etsy.
Paul, this is mainly for you–nota bene bike #4. Also #6 / #9 / #14 are definitely bikes seen at burning man.
It is EXACTLY what it sounds like. Fun for the whole family at a friendly price hovering just above $4,000. Full suspension, appendages and a 2-seater coming out soon…
Using money from drunk driver fines, the NYC Department of Transportation has created 144 special new street signs featuring colorful artwork and safety messages written in haiku. “Curbside Haiku,” was created in partnership with the Safe Streets Fund, an advocacy group, and features 12 designs from artist John Morse. The tongue-in-cheek warnings (Cyclist writes screenplay / Plot features bike lane drama / How pedestrian) each focus on a different transportation mode and are placed at high-crash locations near cultural institutions and schools across the city.