Bryna Hallam

Thomas Yang

100 Copies of Limited Edition Bicycle Art Prints

100copies, a collection of limited-edition art prints and T-shirts, all designed by Thomas Yang, and all devoted to bikes. more »

May 1, 2012 7:33 AM Features

Colleen Jordan

Plant Some Bike Art

Make your green transportation greener and go on an adventure with your favorite plants in tow. more »

Apr 4, 2012 4:52 AM Features 2 Comments

Premium Rush to Hit the Big Screen

Bike messengers will hit the big screen in 2012 with Joseph Gordon-Levitt playing a bike messenger who attracts the attention of a dirty cop. more »

Sep 30, 2011 11:38 AM Features 2 Comments

The Art of Sharing Art

Papergirl - with its new Vancouver, BC, edition - takes art to the street, one hand-delivered, rolled up print at a time. more »

Aug 17, 2011 2:20 PM Features

Aaron H. Johnston

Anything but Touring as Usual for Pedaling Band

Americana band the Steel Wheels is traveling close to the ground in their third annual bike-and-music tour. more »

Aug 8, 2011 1:08 PM Features

Photo by Edizen Stowell

Make Art and Make a Difference

The Santa Monica Museum of Art’s Tour da Arts encourages a hands-on approach to art and community. more »

Jul 14, 2011 5:42 PM Features


Photo by Henry Osborn

When All Else Fails, Bikes Keep on Rolling

In the aftermath of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami, bikes are playing a crucial role. more »

Jul 14, 2011 5:38 PM Features 1 Comments

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PhotoBike: Q & A with Nick Poggioli

Nick Poggioli answers some questions about his cycling/photography trip, which took him from Louisiana to Illinois. more »

Jun 13, 2011 11:11 AM Features

Nick Poggioli /

Photos, Meet Bike

Nick Poggioli packed his cameras and some gear onto his Bianchi Volpe and head off on a 4,000-mile trip (about 6,400 kilometers) from Louisiana to Illinois via Arizona, snapping photos along the way. more »

Jun 13, 2011 11:11 AM Features


Photo by Bernard Klevickas

Q & A with Bike Planter Sculptor Bernard Klevickas

Sculptor Bernard Klevickas's bike planter installation has been popping up all over New York. more »

Jun 11, 2011 2:26 PM Features

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You Might be a Cyclist if...

Joe “Metal Cowboy” Kurmaskie’s new book. more »

Jun 7, 2011 1:04 PM

Mark Johann

David Byrne: On Bikes and Cities

David Byrne: a legendary musician and world-famous artist, as well as an impassioned cyclist who’s keen to improve infrastructure and get more people on two wheels. more »

May 1, 2011 10:41 AM Features


Photo by Bernard Klevickas

Blooming Bike Planter

When Bernard Klevickas wanted to bring awareness to two of his passions – cycling and gardening – he turned to his third one: art. more »

May 1, 2011 12:00 AM Features

Bridget Fleming

Photo Project Captures New York's Best Side

Bridget Fleming's photo project, "Downtown From Behind." more »

Mar 31, 2011 11:37 AM Features


You’ve Come a Long Way, Ladies - Evalyn Parry's "SPIN" Project

The bicycle is the real star of Evalyn Parry’s “SPIN” playing the role of liberator, muse and even musical instrument. more »

Mar 31, 2011 11:20 AM Features

Wanted: Local Organizers for the Pleasant Revolution Bicycle Music and Film Festival Tour 2011

The Ginger Ninjas and the South Yuba River Citizens League, are teaming up for a series of music/ film festivals down the West Coast in the summer and fall of 2011. more »

Mar 31, 2011 11:19 AM Features

Benny Benassi’s Cycling Satisfaction

DJ Benny Benassi has two loves: bikes and music. more »

Mar 29, 2011 12:06 PM Features

Ben Sollee at the Leucadia Cyclery in Leucadia, CA.

Embry Rucker

Ditch the Van Bike Tour: By the Numbers

Snapshot of cellist Ben Sollee, percussionist Jordan Ellis' tour from California to Washington by bike. more »

Feb 8, 2011 2:05 PM Features

Ben Sollee (far right) and friends loaded up and riding around Encinitas, CA.

Embry Rucker

Bowing at a Human Pace

For cellist Ben Sollee, touring by bicycle places a “beautiful limitation” on life on the road. more »

Jan 19, 2011 2:35 PM Features

Brendt Barbur founded the Bicycle Film Festival in 2001. The festival has grown to 40 cities around the world.

Andy White

The Show Must Go On

After 10 years as the founding director of the Bicycle Film Festival, Brendt Barbur is tired. But, he says, he will carry on: The impact the show has on people makes it worth it – sleepless nights and all. more »

Jan 5, 2011 3:37 PM Features