From Yellow Jersey Cycle Insurance for summer trips
Bike luggage charges can be a pain. Every airline seems to handle bicycles in a completely different way, and charge completely different premiums to carry your bike box.
Spray.Bike – the first ever range of bicycle-specific colour coating designed for both amateur and professional use. Use our range of colours to personalise, change or refresh your ride, creating something unique to you. Filmed by the wonderful Box Town Project & featuring the commissioned track Spray by Noetic Curve.
Somewhere along the line, bicycles became complicated. Speed and spandex overshadowed the fun and prices skyrocketed. But bicycles shouldn’t be ridiculously expensive or intimidating, so we set out to build high-quality bikes for a fraction of the cost and to bring the magic and lightheartedness of your childhood back to bicycling.
If you imagine riding it, then pictures are not to scale. From The Brothers Brick
There are a few other views in the photoset on flickr
In November 2012, Core77 made an article on their blog about one of my projects, a collection of 3D printed lampshades made to repair IKEA lamps. At the end of the page, the writer (Ray) made a suggestion :
“Where Andreas Bhend’s recently-seen IKEA hacks included instructions à la the Swedish furniture giant’s pictographic booklets, Bernier has seen fit to customize a part of the whole. But if they’re disparate yet equally creative approaches to DIY making, perhaps the next step is for the two to join forces: Andreas, if you’re reading this, we’d love to see you guys collaborate on a series of IKEA hacks with bespoke 3D printed parts and instructions…”
That’s exactly what we did.
Andreas is a student in the east of Switzerland while I work full time for le FabShop, a 3D printing startup in Paris (France).
We didn’t know each other, but were motivated by the project. Andreas took the train to Paris where we spent two days and a half doing this :
Oh please, who doesn’t want one of these, stop dreaming of getting a regular espresso machine and hookup your kids next (insert any sport/club/activitiy played where an adult might drink coffee) event. Hire me and I will ride it there. And then leave it in your kitchen. Only a wuss has a machine on a counter, blah, blah, blah. You might as well roll your pant leg down and give up longboarding.
This is just an interesting idea putting wheels parallel rather than in a line. I wonder how it rides?
The wheel is one of the most basic inventions in history. Fabels thought it was an interesting idea to use the wheel itself as a vehicle. To solve balance-problems two parallel wheels were used. The driver is positioned under the axle, which connects the wheels the driver’s body functions as a counterweight. During acceleration the chair swings slightly forwards. During a breaking maneuver it swings backwards and with extreme braking it can even make several 360-degree loops. Driver and vehicle are one.
The Dicyclet is designed and built together with Maik ter Veer.
There are several copies of the Dicyclet that have been made without consulting the inventors. If you ever encounter one off(sic) these falsifications the author invites you to joyride it.