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Fight. Well, not fight, but ask, persuade, suggest, advocate, write letters and emails and be active. Above all, ride your bike. More cyclists mean an increased awareness. The video shows some of what cyclists in the Netherlands did.
By Guillaume Blanchet. After 382 days spent riding through the streets of Montreal, being sometimes quite cold, sometimes quite hot – and sometimes quite scared, he dedicates this movie to Yves Blanchet 🙂
The foodieonabike Daily is an almost now a daily edition of aggregated content from all over, with a bias toward utility cycling, Slow Food, sustainability in our lives and good stuff about the liveable city of Melbourne in Australia.
Designer Phillip Lim released this nice “Girls On Bikes” video to promote his 3.1 brand Women’s FW11 collection. Lim said “It’s about these chic girls on bikes riding to work, to an art gallery, a party – where she goes … Continue reading
Robin Moore’s done it again. Still singing about bikes. The latest is “Le Velo”. Written, performed, produced by: Robin Moore Camera operator: Lauren Reppy. See another of Robin’s creations – here.
Audi had a go, now Armani use the ultra cool new idea of bicycle riding to give their products more credibility. Here’s what Audi did.
Bicycle from Halvariusus and Revolutions from Restless Collective. Bicycle Revolutions
… well in Denmark, but that would be expected!
Roosmarijn Vergouw in the Netherlands, created marked bicycle parking spaces with white tape around seed locations on the tarmac of Amsterdam. Lo and behold, people started parking their bikes there! A message for city councils I think!
More lovely bicycle images here.