This wheel will turn your bicycle into a smart bike

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By Rachel Oakley in New Products on Friday 20 December 2013

The FlyKly Smart Wheel is just another smart product, with, oh, you know, a Kickstarter backing of more than $700,000! Initially introduced to the market by Niko Klansek in 2011, the smart wheel was envisioned ‘to reshape cities bottom-up to improve citizens’ quality of life by providing a more people-city-and environmentally-friendly solution to the problem […]

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Filmmaker journeys from West Yorkshire to Cannes by bike

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By NorthernWood Films in New Film on Saturday 15 September 2012

783 Miles, 16 Days, One Dream: From Brighouse To Cannes, Le Tour De Tan. Dominic Stables is an aspiring filmmaker with a dream – to cycle from a wet and windy West Yorkshire all the way to the world’s most glamorous film festival, Cannes. The short film premieres at The Barbican in London on October 6.

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Illustrations by Italian artist Pierluigi Ricco

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By Pamela Thompson in New Illustration on Friday 3 August 2012

Le Tour De France may be over for 2012, but these charming illustrations by Italian artist Pierluigi Ricco will make you feel as if you are welcome in both the peloton and in the circus. This series of works is fun, fresh and playful, while capturing the true essence of cycling and circus performers.

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Wolfies Cycles: a statement on two wheels

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By Wolfies in New Events on Tuesday 5 April 2011

Wolfies Cycles epitomise all that is stylish, quirky and unique on two wheels. A handpicked collection of vintage classic bicycles, spanning trends from 1895 to 1990, with a particular focus on the 1940’s and 50’s, Wolfies Cycles is the new name in cycling cool.

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Downtown From Behind photo blog

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By Anastasia Gerali in New Photography on Tuesday 23 November 2010

Downtownfrombehind is a photo blog featuring creative types (artists, models, chefs, musicians) riding their bikes around downtown New York City. The goal is to highlight those who make downtown New York what it is today.

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