3 March 2012


Copenhagen Bikehaven by Mellbin 2011 - 2610
Bicycles are incredibly flexible machines. From the road side it only takes an instant to dismount and mix with the pedestrian crowd.

Your bike still works great for carrying heavy bags and unhandy packages.
Copenhagen Bikehaven by Mellbin 2011 - 1270

Walking is an effortless addition to our ability to blend into traffic cycle. Its how we can take our bicycles into a closed city yard, a building - or even the city metro.
Copenhagen Bikehaven by Mellbin 2011 - 2304

No need to worry about parking first whenever you want to enjoy the scenery or take a break from the city rush
Copenhagen Bikehaven by Mellbin 2011

And a well balanced bicycle will almost walk itself.
Copenhagen Bikehaven by Mellbin 2011
Happy Cycling!


George A said...

In the photo, 3rd down, (pink paint), the chain looks very slack. Is this just a case of extreme neglect or is there something about this machine that I'm not taking into consideration?

Enjoying your blog.
George in Maryland

Anonymous said...

George: Pure neglect. That bike is probably only used for (lots of) smallish trips.

Cycle Chic: As for walking a bike, you're dead right about the balance thing. Alas, way too many bikes are constructed so that you can't simply hold it by the saddle and push it along. You need to have a firm grip on the handlebar, and that's a bloody nuisance. Oh, and don't get me started on how most bikes react to mounting a basket on the handlebar...