Monday, November 10th, 2014 8:41 pm

100 Copies: CYCLISM.

Posted by: kris

If you’ve followed the 100 Copies series you’d know there have been more than a few rad pieces to come from artist Thomas Yang. For his most recent CYCLISM Thomas teamed up with NYC based cycling photographer Angelo Calilap to combine a great flick with a collection of iconic cycling quotes from some of history’s greats.  Swoop here before these are a thing of the past!



Sunday, November 2nd, 2014 7:24 am

W-Water Cafe-The Finest Collections!

Posted by: Chris Yang

Last week having some discussions with the owner of the most unique bike cafe in Taipei City, or probably all over the world. Here it is…W-Water!

The owner 暉涵, who started running cafe on 2007. At that time, collecting some rare, finest, classic, age-old frames and components was just his hobby. Around July this year, it became the brand new bike cafe with his marvelous collections on the wall as we saw! Collections such as come classic Colnago framesets, rare Campagnolo components, Cinelli Laser, and some old collections that most people have no idea how to find them. However, what surprised me was that the collections in the shop were just the tip of the iceberg…more than 80 pieces of great stuff are still in his pocket! Check out the fan page and Instagram for more details and great photos!

Photos via Father Tu

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Monday, September 15th, 2014 4:39 pm

Juice Studio: FIXEDSKULL.

Posted by: kris

Urban cycling and art have long crossed paths giving way some truly rad creations. From custom painted frames to cool collabos like this one between Brazil’s Juice Studio and visual artist EDMX creativity and bikes just make sense. Peep these three teasers from the recent FIXEDSKULL poster project hat premiere earlier this month. Some pretty proper video work on these!







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Monday, September 1st, 2014 1:21 pm

100 Copies #24 : The Unforbidden Cyclist.

Posted by: kris

Another rad piece form the 100 Copies collection this time inspired by China’s Forbidden City. 11 different treads went into the fine detail on this 37×12 print including one from China’s Flying Pigeon brand…the most sold “vehicles” in the world. Half of these tire track prints are already gone so swoop here before it’s too late!


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Monday, July 7th, 2014 5:53 pm

100 Copies: God Save the Bike.

Posted by: kris

New one from 100 Copies looks mighty nice with some inspiration from The Queen. Looks like the first 100 of the tire printed images have already been swooped up but there are a limited number of artists proofs available now…here!


Friday, May 23rd, 2014 12:14 pm

100 Copies #22: Bicycle Mon Amour.

Posted by: kris

Newest from artist Thomas Yang and his 100 Copies collection. A pretty cool Eiffel Tower print this time around printed using tire tread and paint on paper. Only 100 of these so if you like feeling artsy swoop one right here before they’re gone.


Thursday, May 8th, 2014 4:55 pm

Matt Lingo: Three Days in SF.

Posted by: kris

Matt just upped some stellar shots from a recent 3 days in SF. Some good snaps of Alonso Tal, Emi Brown and Dylan Pfohl crusing all around the city. Really into these two below…more or less just because they fucking  rule. So artsy…in the best way. More good here!


Monday, March 10th, 2014 12:25 pm

The Foot Down: Oh God Print.

Posted by: kris

I remember when these came out as a tee some time ago and now the “Oh God” graphic can be hanging on your wall. Ty at The Foot Down nailed it with this at the height of leg over skids and aero spokes…still just as good. Grab one right over here.


Thursday, January 9th, 2014 2:28 pm

Terry Barensten: Transamerica.

Posted by: kris

Terry B with a “look down while you’re riding” photo at its best. A quick shot of the Transamerica building on his Macaframa Raleigh. . More rad shots from him on his flickr and on Full Frame. Dude kills it behind the lens.


Tuesday, December 10th, 2013 3:28 pm

Straight Gauge Studios: Bike Lights.

Posted by: kris

I try to get to as much “local” type stuff here in Sacramento. The GOOD Design Market has been up and running for a while now helping promote local artists, designers, boutiques and food trucks. I hit up the market this past weekend and aside from having a good time with friends I spotted these rad ass lights.

I’m sure plenty of you have made things from old broken bike parts but these were on another level. Straight Gauge Studios makes these bad boys from well used hubs, hoops and spokes. After getting some cool looking fixtures made they’re fitted up proper with light sockets and wires. The end result is below. Definitely getting a couple of these my spot. A gallery after the jump and more on their instagram!



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