19 April 2008

Copenhagen Dreaming

Here's today's humble offerings from the bike culture of Copenhagen.
Median
Balancing act on the median in classic Copenhagen cycling wear.

Cyclisme
Reducing urban cycling to dreamlike forms and moods on the City Hall Square.

Commuting
We're trying to jinx winter by posting this shot from a couple of months back. Springtime is here and let's move on. No more snow. Please. It's time for bare legs and skirts.

Mobiky Wifey
Wifealiciousness and I were trying out the new Mobiky Genius in the backyard. A cool folding bike that rides like a dream. It also is an interesting addition to our interior design concept:
Bicycles As Interior Design Objects

Here's wishing everyone a lovely weekend.

12 comments:

Everymatter said...

nice one

keep it up

K.C. said...

I am so envious of you. I have not ridden my bike in years, and here you are doing it in beautiful scenery. And to add to that, you went to trouble to take pictures for all of us to see. Thanks for sharing. Have a great day. KC

Raffy Jay said...
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Raffy Jay said...

Someone has stolen my bike. Hoping I could purchase one soon.

Christian Colussi said...

Nice website! I lived in Denmark for almost a year and regularly go to Copenhagen to visit friends. I am always raving to my fellow Londoners about the cycle lanes in the Danish capital and how easy it is to get around.

*johanna wattimena* said...

cute fold-able bike and fantastic fashionable women on bike! a very nice blog you got here :) i wish i could ride my bike in indonesia. the bike has rusted away

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R2K said...

: )

Girl on a Mission said...

That foldable bike is cool! Did it ride okay? I love my bike a lot and I commute up to my university. There isn't any public transport so I am forced to use my tiny car that my bike can't fit in. I was looking in to finding a bike like this.

ShutterSpy said...

That dream-like one looks like she's riding on two bubbles!

theroyalcrapster said...

man, wish i could get my hands on those foldable bikes. looked so easy. the weather is really hot and humid here at my place and that makes it almost impossible for me to cycle without getting sun burnt and exposed to skin cancer. too bad for me:(

Zakkaliciousness said...

thanks for all the comments! the folding bike is great. see the latest post.