Archive for the ‘Bikes-We-Like’ Category

Cruzbike recumbent conversion

Posted: Wednesday, May 1, 2013 by selhurst in Bikes-We-Like
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Spotted out for a coffee on George Street.




Best Bike I’ve seen in a long time!

Posted: Monday, April 25, 2011 by greeni in Bikes-We-Like

Check out the details. Seriously!

Rinky-Dink Bicycle Powered Sound System

Posted: Tuesday, March 29, 2011 by selhurst in Bikes-We-Like

I encountered this (and subsequently spent some time pedalling it) while walking around London with some friends on Saturday.


Chrome & Leather

Posted: Wednesday, July 14, 2010 by greeni in Bikes-We-Like

Kona Africa

Posted: Saturday, July 3, 2010 by greeni in Bikes-We-Like

Tough as a rhinoceros, fleet as a gazelle, durable as a crocodile, easy to maintain and designed specifically to provide effective, affordable transportation to those who need a bike that gets the job done-no matter if it’s dirt roads or psycho-habituated roadways. As a sign of our commitment to the goodness that is the bicycle, for every two AfricaBikes sold, one is donated to a good works cause in challenged areas around the world. Visit or to find out more.

Bike We Like: Retrovelo

Posted: Tuesday, June 1, 2010 by greeni in Bikes-We-Like

Retrovelo is a small bicycle company in Leipzig, Germany, who in 2003 introduced a new style of bike: the Balloon Racer. These bikes are part city bike, part zero-generation mountain bike, and part, well, a whole lot of other elements borrowed from bikes over the last century. While “retro” in aesthetic, these bikes are not warmed-over anything, but new designs executed with exacting vision and technical innovations never before seen in production bikes.
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Bikes-We-Like: Yuba

Posted: Sunday, August 2, 2009 by greeni in Bikes-We-Like


Yuba was launched in 2006 to build and provide affordable mobility solutions with a particular emphasis on distributing them to those most in need. The founders of Yuba came together to advance economic and social development, to promote self-reliance, and to emphasize better environmental awareness and lifestyle choices – all through the use of bicycles.
Because bicycles are one of the most energy efficient, financially affordable, mechanically reliable, and environmentally friendly vehicles, we believe that a more bike-centric world makes for a better world, a more connected world.