If it’s good enough for royalty, it’s good enough for us.
‘Our’ Princess Mary of Denmark and mother of four rides a Danish Nihola cargo bike riding across the palace square outside Amalienborg, where the royals live in Copenhagen. The Crown Prince of Denmark also uses the bike to take the children to school.
This is just too, too awesome.
Sydney Cycle Chic have recently had a style facelift, with much larger photos taken using Instagram. We love their new look and particularly this photo, showing a kind of burst of bike colour we enjoy seeing around our streets.
It’s pretty chilly today and we have soup on our mind.
SoupCycle is a soup subscription service based in Portland, Oregon. They’re unique because they deliver your hot, steaming soup selection (along with rustic bread or a mixed green salad) via bike. The soups are made from organic, locally sourced ingredients – we particularly like the sound of Barbecue Split Pea and Brazilian Black Bean.
So, who’s going to start SoupCycle Australia and bring us some soup?
We’re back for the winter edition of the Melbourne Design Marketwith our friends Jellybean Bikes (www.jellybeanbikes.com.au) this Sunday 27 July 10-5pm.
It’s been one of the chilliest winters we’ve experienced in a while so for these markets we’ll be bringing along some of our fabulous reversible capes, waterproof trenchcoats, reflective gloves and legwarmers and gloves, gloves, gloves!
If you’ve never been to the market you’ll find an ever-inspiring, ever-tempting array of great design stalls, cool grooves, coffee and happy crowds. For more information about the market go to www.melbournedesignmarket.com.au
See you next Sunday 27 July 10-5pm at the Federation Square undercover carpark.
We often like to take photos of cyclist riding against the backdrop of the Melbourne tram. Here’s a Portuguese variation of the same image – a stylish lady cyclist in Lisbon with a bright yellow tram in the background.
via Lisbon Cycle Chic
Love this cyclist’s plaid boots and matching plaid satchel – not to mention her stylish winter cycling ensemble.
via Atlanta Cycle Chic
Some elegant photos from Belgium Cycle Chic who was part of the Ghent Tweed Ride.
In NYC Sephora launched the Big Pink Bow fragrance with Hello Kitty bicycles along with lots of models in pink tulle skits and Hello Kitty herself. Super cute!
This lady rocks primary colours with her bike and her outfit – red, yellow, blue. What’s even cooler is that we’ve spotted her red Kronan bike parked in our neighbourhood before! Now we know the owner is equally stylish.
Despite the pouring rain hundred of Melbourne cyclists gathered on the steps of the Victorian Parliament yesterday to rally the government to bring back the bike budget.
We snapped a couple of riders looking particularly cycle chic in the rain. Looking good Kristy, Erica and Owen!
For more photos check out Bicycle Network’s Flickr stream.
If you haven’t already marked it in your diary, please make the time to attend the Zero-bike budget rally in Melbourne tomorrow morning.
Bicycle Network Victoria has called out to all Victorian bike riders to jam the steps of Parliament to condemn the Baillieu Government’s decision to cut funding for bike infrastructure to $0.
Yes, you heard right. Absolutely nothing. Desperately needed lanes, signals, intersections and other urgent safety improvements have all been scrapped.
We need safe roads and bike paths for the growing number of cyclists in Victoria and the short-sighted decision is damaging to community health, congestion and public transport overload.
Join us tomorrow morning to send the loudest and clearest possible message to the Baillieu Government that bike funding must be reinstated.
Thursday 21 June 2012
Love the retro purple coat, striped skirt, neat satchel and wild curls. Paired with a white Raleigh bike she’s showing a lot of style!
via Cardiff Cycle Chic
Love this photo of a Dashing Gent with his fixie.
via Atlanta Bicycle Chic
We couldn’t have dressed him better if we’d recruited him as a CycleStyle model.
We spotted Ant rocking some serious cycle chic as he cruised down Collins Street on his black Papillionaire Classic bike.
He’s wearing lots of gear that’s available from CycleStyle – the Tie Dye Peace Nutcase Helmet, the Banjo Brothers Medium Commuter Waterproof Backpack and in turns out the Wet and Wendy black mens raincoat that he bought from us!
We also like his cuffed trousers and canvas lace-ups for casual yet practical biking style.
Our models and their bikes caused quite a stir at Melbourne’s Southbank when they turned up looking so cycle chic and glamorous.
Here are some behind the scenes images from our photoshoot.
Photographer Johannes Wosilat
Assistant Giulia Capuana
Stylist Elaine Marshall
MakeUp & Hair Nadja Mott
Models Davide Tucci and Monica Foley from London MGT Group
Bikes Lekker Bike and Toyko Bike from Humble Vintage
Clothing and accessories Kings of Carnaby and CycleStyle
Canadian fashion blog Style Quotient captures this stylish cyclist in Vancouver.
This cool guy looks like he’s in a magazine advertisement – but he’s just doing his thing, cycling on the Danube Canal.
via Vienna Cycle Chic
Our favourite English claymation characters Wallace and Gromit are in Melbourne for a cracking exhibition at Scienceworks.
If you haven’t been to Scienceworks since you were in school, now is the time to go – it’s fun for young and old and the exhibition celebrates inventiveness and innovation.
Interspersed with the very cool Wallace and Gromit displays is really interesting information about many Australian inventions such as plastic money, the Victa lawn mower and Melbourne’s very own ByK kids bike.
A child’s bike is not simply an adult bike made small. Adult bicycles are made with speed and comfort in mind, while for a child ease and stability are more important. So Warren Key redesigned his kids bike with a lower frame (lower centre of gravity), larger wheels and lighter components (easier to push).
It’s great to see Australian inventiveness celebrated as part of a world-class touring exhibition!
PS If you want to win tickets to visit the Wallace and Gromit’s World of Invention exhibition at Scienceworks, on from 19 May to 11 November, click here.