Cycling Snowman


There must have been some magic in that old knit hat they found… You, with the two eyes made of coal, pull over! But he waved goodbye, saying don’t you cry, I’ll be back again some day See also: Christmas Bike Rudolph the Red Nosed Bicycle Bicycle Christmas Trees Bicycle Icicle Read more »

Bicycle Christmas Trees

Christmas Tree Made of Bicycles Unveiled At The Rocks

‘Tis the season for Christmas Trees and Bikes. I found this collection of trees made entirely of bicycles. Enjoy! Made up of 100 recycled bicycle parts, the Tree-cycle, resided in Sydney’s The Rocks area. These missionaries took it upon themselves to build an awesome Christmas Tree dedicated to the most awesome Christmas gift ever… Bikes! […] Read more »

Interview with a Global Racer

Stuart Lansdale

With the World Cycle Racing – Grand Tour (no longer affiliated with the Global Bicycle Race…more to come) just a mere two months away we had the opportunity to interview Stuart Lansdale one of the riders ambitious enough to tackle one of the longest and toughest organized races ever conceived. Stuart, an anthropology student, studying in […] Read more »

LEGOs and Cycling

Downhill Lego

Growing up Legos were a favorite. Countless hours were spent building all sorts of structures. More than 400 billion Lego bricks have been produced since 1958. There are about 62 Lego bricks per person of the Earth’s population. That’s a lot of Legos! Let’s take a look at the intersection of Legos and cycling. This […] Read more »

Tour de France on the Xbox 360

Tour de France Xbox360

Ever wish you could compete in the Tour de France? Now you can! The Tour de France for Xbox 360 and PS3 allows you to play as a professional cyclist that competes in the most prestigious of all cycling competitions!  This game could have greater potential if it had the ability to integrate a cycling […] Read more »

Guinness World Records and Cycling


Do you think you have what is takes to pedal into Guinness World Record history?  Take a gander at some of the cycling related records. The earliest machine propelled by cranks and pedals with connecting rods was built in 1839-40 by Kirkpatrick Macmillan (1810-78) of Dumfries, Scotland. A copy of the machine is now in […] Read more »