This is a test of Bikes and the City Broadcast System – – –
This is a blogesphere broadcast excercise | Bikes and the City will resume operations sometime next week.
Stay tuned bike lovers. I’ll leave you with the below posts from this week. ♥Don’t miss me too much, comment away my pretties.
These calendars remind me of three things.
#1 They make excellent Holiday presents 🙂
#2 That the love of bicycles and lovely women riding them is global
–I thank cameras and the internet (and the nice people that post them) for that.
#3 Where are my boys?!
second #3 ay Area Babes next year? anyone? -do I see my photographer boys’ hands up??!!…
All I can think when I saw these, is that I’d like to purchase one for my own, but of cute boys. Any links out there that I have not come across? Let me know.
Maybe I’ll just keep enjoying it in real-life and sans the paper, is probably the best idea
If you got the looks, I got the brains – lets make lots of money
Copenhagenliciousness $26.69 /Copenhagen Cycle Chic
“A photographic extravaganza of our cycling life in Copenhagen. Month by month, season by season,
you can follow Copenhageners in their endless, rythmic cycle of life.”
I’m presenting a new section-theme, because some of my close friends would love to show their bike images and/or stories. So this is dedicated to them and to you, for sharing a similar two-wheeled passion. Enjoy!
The first post will be from my friend G. (Ahem -excellent baker, pastry, sweet master!!) from her recent trip to Philippines.
[G:] This is a series of bikes I kept seeing along the roads of Batanes islands. They were so cool I couldn’t just ignore them. This is dedicated to Meli who is the biggest bike lover I know!
This morning’s WSJ paper included their December issue of the WSJ Magazine & I saw this cute bike. Online link: WSJ The Magazine From the Wall Street Journal: The Very Good Gift Guide.
The paragraph online is slightly different than what I’m reading on paper, so this is from the magazine: Two Wheels Good- If a Prius is beyond your pay scale (or against your principles), then take Beijin’s favored (and often fastest) mode of transport. Made in China’s original Flying Pigeon company, assembled in Los Angeles ($299.88)
[WSJ the magazine. December Issue]
Definitely a bike shop that I’d like to check out next time I’m in LA, and they do coffee rides. Excellent.
Check out their website here: flyingpigeon-la.com