Posts tagged girls

Lana Del Rey on a bike.

Lana Del Rey on a bike.


skullsbikelove:  

Freebie Friday for those girly girls.

"Enjoy the Ride Large Image Transfer" from Shabby Blogs <3.

Check out the cute styles of the Wheel Meet Again Skirt from Modcloth. Make it yours on their website: http://www.modcloth.com/shop/skirts/wheel-meet-again-skirt

Try this craft project on for size! Give your helmet a personal touch with a little bit of decoupage. Post from Modcloth.

Try this craft project on for size! Give your helmet a personal touch with a little bit of decoupage. Post from Modcloth.

I see we are all posting pictures of our bikes now. Fair is fair. Althought my favourite pic Mike has previously posted on here, so here is a newbie. I don&#8217;t have a nice pic of just the bike, so boo hoo I&#8217;m in it too.


 &#8221;The LEKKER bike is a classic Dutch design from 1885 that has lasted the test of time and doesn’t come with a use by date. An easy, enjoyable ride with an upright sitting position ensuring that there are no sore backs after a long day on the road. Included is everything you need:- A unique double lock system used with confidence by the bike riders of Amsterdam, forms part of the frame and is easy and quick to operate.- Integrated wireless LED lights so you will never get caught in the dark and you can feel safe on the ride home.- Rear rack in case you pick up something on your travels and strong enough to hold your mates.&#8221;
Specs:


Frame: aluminum 6061
Frame-size: 28&#8221;/ 520&#160;mm
Rider-height: 150cm and up
Colour: Cream
Gears: Nexus Shimano 3-speed
Brakes: Shimano Roller brake and internal hub front brake
Rims: High end Aluminum
Weight: 19 kilograms without locks (mine has locks)
Lekker have beautiful bikes. See them here: https://lekkerbikes.com.au/
The basket I have on it in the photo is too small to be usefull and gets in the way of the lamp. Lekker stock some great Dutch collapsible baskets that make room for the lights on their website, and are easily detatchable to use as a shopping basket.

I see we are all posting pictures of our bikes now. Fair is fair. Althought my favourite pic Mike has previously posted on here, so here is a newbie. I don’t have a nice pic of just the bike, so boo hoo I’m in it too.

 ”The LEKKER bike is a classic Dutch design from 1885 that has lasted the test of time and doesn’t come with a use by date. An easy, enjoyable ride with an upright sitting position ensuring that there are no sore backs after a long day on the road. Included is everything you need:
- A unique double lock system used with confidence by the bike riders of Amsterdam, forms part of the frame and is easy and quick to operate.
- Integrated wireless LED lights so you will never get caught in the dark and you can feel safe on the ride home.
- Rear rack in case you pick up something on your travels and strong enough to hold your mates.”

Specs:

  • Frame: aluminum 6061
  • Frame-size: 28”/ 520 mm
  • Rider-height: 150cm and up
  • Colour: Cream
  • Gears: Nexus Shimano 3-speed
  • Brakes: Shimano Roller brake and internal hub front brake
  • Rims: High end Aluminum
  • Weight: 19 kilograms without locks (mine has locks)

Lekker have beautiful bikes. See them here: https://lekkerbikes.com.au/

The basket I have on it in the photo is too small to be usefull and gets in the way of the lamp. Lekker stock some great Dutch collapsible baskets that make room for the lights on their website, and are easily detatchable to use as a shopping basket.

Brooks.

Brooks.

Bonnie Wright of Harry Potter fame with her custom ladies frame build from 14bikeco.

Bonnie Wright of Harry Potter fame with her custom ladies frame build from 14bikeco.

Julie Frasniak.

Julie Frasniak.

Ladies Classic Bicycle Association, via @lianasmooz.
It could be reasonably argued that I enjoy the concept of girls and bikes (even painted representations of bikes).

It could be reasonably argued that I enjoy the concept of girls and bikes (even painted representations of bikes).

Not exactly ideal cycling attire, but as a commuter, this lady&#8217;s making it work. Cycle Chic.

Not exactly ideal cycling attire, but as a commuter, this lady’s making it work. Cycle Chic.

Oh my.
And also, from Stu and Van at Cyclivist to all of y&#8217;all, have a merry Christmas and/or a very happy holiday!

Oh my.

And also, from Stu and Van at Cyclivist to all of y’all, have a merry Christmas and/or a very happy holiday!

Fabulousness in Auckland.