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Kinetic Sculpture Gallery

May 5th, 2014 | Categories: Events, Unique Bikes | 1 comment

While there were fewer entries this year, they were no less inventive.  Here are a few of this year’s bikes from this year’s Kinetic Sculpture Race:

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The regular entry “Platypus” transformed into a Tiki bar

This Winter Is Tough On Bikes

February 18th, 2014 | Categories: Unique Bikes | Post Comment

20140217_144717[1]Winter, especially this one, can be tough on bikes.   If you’re still riding, make sure you get all that frankensalt off and lube your chain.

Different Kind of New Belgium Bike

April 10th, 2013 | Categories: Unique Bikes | Post Comment

New Belgium Bike

New Belgium Brewing is known for its love of biking.  Not only does the company name brews after bikes (Fat Tire, Shift), but they also donate to bike advocacy groups, sponsor local and national bike events and have a custom cruiser bicycle (as seen in Race Pace’s lobby).  Parked at Oriole Park on Friday was another kind of New Belgium bicycle (above).  With a host of stickers and coasters, a New Belgium fan created their own custom bike.

Family Bike Party Sports Unique Bikes

March 17th, 2013 | Categories: Events, Unique Bikes | Post Comment

The weather cooperated for March’s Family Bike Party on Saturday. A group of about 20 joined in the casual spin around the Inner Harbor with some very unique bikes.

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The Bullitt cargo bike handled the streets of Baltimore with ease; even with one sleepy toddler

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Another Dutch bike, the Quattrocycleseats four for a comfortable ride

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“No Child Left Behind” in a more mobile sense along Light Street
130316 BFBP 4Child protecting windshielded bikes (center), bike trailers, extracycles and wheelied Mongooses add to the parade

Summer Bikes at the Beach

March 6th, 2013 | Categories: Unique Bikes | Post Comment

Jamis Taxis

The Jamis Taxi may be the most popular rental on the boards

It may not look like it today, but spring is almost here.  To keep your mind off the wintry slop, here are some cool cruisers from down the ocean.

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Simple floral decals on a cheap, pink cruiser

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Basket, coaster brake and the reflection of the setting sun

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Rasta colors and high handlebars

You Can Never Be Too Careful

February 28th, 2013 | Categories: Unique Bikes | 2 comments

Can't Be Too CarefulThis lime-green Globe is parked along Pratt Street with an assortment of locks.

Garden Bike Decorated For The Holidays

December 26th, 2012 | Categories: Unique Bikes | Post Comment

Scott Schools Bike Decked Out

Contributed by Scott Schools

Rainy Fall Day for Riding

November 28th, 2012 | Categories: Unique Bikes | Post Comment

at least the seat’s got a baggie

Abandoned Bike near Farmers Market

August 27th, 2012 | Categories: Parking, Unique Bikes | Post Comment

A couple months ago, a blue Peugeot bike was locked to a sign post at the corner of Pleasant Street and the JFX off ramp.   Around the Farmers Market area and along Fallsway, many bikes are locked up to sign posts as there’s limited bike parking at the market and none at Health Care for the Homeless.

As time passed, the bike lost weight. First the front wheel disappeared.  Then the back wheel and brakes, followed by the derailleur. A mid-grade kryptonite lock kept the frame in place, until it finally disappeared over the weekend.

Unique Bike Seat Lock

October 18th, 2011 | Categories: Unique Bikes | 2 comments

 This picture comes from Scott Adams, food blogger and transportation planner extraordinaire.

Scott spied this unique seat lock at the Camden MARC Station.  Is this a quality seat lock that only those with a chain tool could access?  A smart reuse for an old chain or is this seat even worth saving?



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