Here’s a little video fresh off the press from the Hungarian Cyclists Club. The video’s been produced to support their ‘Bike to Work’ campaign. Their message is “Bike to work! – Revive the childhood happiness!”. We cannot argue with that…Enjoy!
Here’s a little video from People for Bikes, the cycling advocacy group in the US. Beautiful…
Cardiff’s World Naked Bike Ride this afternoon was bathed in warm sunshine. Everyone was SO thankful and the event had a really joyful and relaxed vibe – more than you might expect from a load of people taking their clothes off in public. Cardiff Cycle Chic made their way down to the verdant start point … Read more
This weekend sees Cardiff’s own World Naked Bike Ride hit the streets (Starts at Park Place, behind the National Museum on Sat 9 June at 2pm). This is an international “clothing-optional” bike ride, founded in 2003 in N America, in which participants plan, meet and ride together en masse on human-powered transport (the vast majority … Read more
Thames and Hudson has been in contact with Cardiff Cycle Chic and has asked us to promote an important (well we would say that!) book that’s fresh out. Yes, the global Cycle Chic book is out and available in all the usual places – but why not ride over to your local independent bookshop and … Read more
Tinoch’s the archetypal fixie rider. Wearing a steeply placed baseball hat, canvas rucsac, rolled up jeans and American-style heavy leather boots, he’s certainly not taking any compromises in what he wears to ride his plum-fruit coloured, fixed wheel, bicycle. Standing in front of a wall with graffiti saying “CARS KILL”, he’s not letting that get … Read more
Here’s an interesting video from Bikeminded in London. Slick, stylish and certainly cycle chic, the video’s clearly pitched at the wealthy Chelsea and Kensington set. And what’s wrong with that? Well Cycle Chic doesn’t think there’s much of an issue, but what’s fascinating about this video is the way it infuriates some cyclists. But why? … Read more
Wildly publicised, but just in case you haven’t seen this hilarious poster for Transport for London, this is a classic read, the Joy of Sex, reinvented. Designed by the amazing creative Jamie Wieck, founder of ENSO, this is such a good use of an old, and possibly still useful, publication.
With a cocked hat to the recent Harris Hogmanay and Harris Hack rides, here’s a video that take us back to a bygone era of cycling, with few cars, perky music, natty shorts, and rubber covered hooks no less… Part 1: Part 2:
If you haven’t already seen this short film, then it’s worth watching. Inspirational.