Posts Tagged ‘Innovation’

Roberts Split TT Hotness.

May 17, 2010

Lightning, no doubt.
Seen.

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Funny.

June 9, 2009

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Recently KNOG documented the lives of four remarkable people – Wendy, Violet, Graham and Charlie.
Funny, sad and poignant, these short films portray the honesty and pain of love.

Watch the trailer plus all the shorts… here.

Conventional Vs Non-Conventional

March 25, 2009

Welcome guest blogger Kevin Kafesu.

Hand built, Forkless, chopper

Completely impractical and yet utterly beautiful, Forkless is a completely scratch-built custom chopper with, you’ve guessed it, no forks. The steering is done via a series of linked rods running around the frame from the handlebars to the front hub (reclaimed from a wheelchair).

Chopperolli, the artist/engineer behind Forkless, has posted a Making Of photo essay on the Ratrod Bikes forums. The highlights: The rims came from a moped and had to be drilled to take more spokes, the rear hub is a modified-coaster brake hub which now only rest on a single fork (what is a single fork called? A tine?) and to keep the whole bike pure white, Chopperolli even hand carved new rubber inserts for the pedals.

Apparently the bike rides pretty well. The steering is probably a little fluffy, but this isn’t a road racer. It’s a pimped-out cruiser.

Via Wired Magazine

Pilen concept bicycle by Eric Therner

December 16, 2008

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Working with the swedish bicycle manufacturer pilen-cykel, Therner created this concept bike based on 1930’s lemans racers. By merging the retro look with the latest manufacturing techniques and materials, the bike creates a new segment in today’s bike market. the bike has some innovative design features such as led lights integrated into the frame and a two part saddle which absorbs shock.




photographs by jesper lindstrom – lunar park

http://www.addi.se
http://www.pilencykel.se


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