1. Moto Guzzi V7 Cafe Racer, with some styling modifications.
Hmmmmm!
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    Moto Guzzi V7 Cafe Racer, with some styling modifications.

    Hmmmmm!

  2. Just seen this, extremely graphic designed work from a French tattoo artist called Xoil, the styles also known as photoshop.
Interview with him here
http://www.tattoosnob.com/2012/06/21/the-xoil-aka-loic-interview/
Imgur gallery of work here.
http://imgur.com/a/h9M3r?gallery
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    Just seen this, extremely graphic designed work from a French tattoo artist called Xoil, the styles also known as photoshop.

    Interview with him here

    http://www.tattoosnob.com/2012/06/21/the-xoil-aka-loic-interview/

    Imgur gallery of work here.

    http://imgur.com/a/h9M3r?gallery

  3. Shots from this seasons Semi Classics in Belgium by Kristof Ramon.
Glorious!
More here.
http://www.cyclingtips.com.au/2013/03/reflections-on-the-semi-classics-by-kristof-ramon/
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    Shots from this seasons Semi Classics in Belgium by Kristof Ramon.

    Glorious!

    More here.

    http://www.cyclingtips.com.au/2013/03/reflections-on-the-semi-classics-by-kristof-ramon/

  4. After schooling New Yorkers on etiquette via numerous unsanctioned interventions, artist Jay Shells channeled his love of hip hop music and his uncanny sign-making skills towards a brand new project: “Rap Quotes.”
For this ongoing project, Shells created official-looking street signs quoting famous rap lyrics that shout out specific street corners and locations. He then installed them at those specific street corners and locations.
Shells went all city and posted over 30 signs quoting the likes of Jeru tha Damaja, Mos Def, Nas, Kanye West, CL Smooth, GZA, and RA the Rugged Man.
check here for a video of the man putting up his signs
http://animalnewyork.com/2013/jay-shells-rap-quotes/
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    After schooling New Yorkers on etiquette via numerous unsanctioned interventions, artist Jay Shells channeled his love of hip hop music and his uncanny sign-making skills towards a brand new project: “Rap Quotes.”

    For this ongoing project, Shells created official-looking street signs quoting famous rap lyrics that shout out specific street corners and locations. He then installed them at those specific street corners and locations.

    Shells went all city and posted over 30 signs quoting the likes of Jeru tha Damaja, Mos Def, Nas, Kanye West, CL Smooth, GZA, and RA the Rugged Man.

    check here for a video of the man putting up his signs

    http://animalnewyork.com/2013/jay-shells-rap-quotes/

  5. Boarded up shop on Wardour St. Love the sign..

  6. Love this bike, Ducati Sport Classic, with really interesting ART exhaust

  7. Just another day carrying wheels and crutches about town
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    Just another day carrying wheels and crutches about town

  8. I don’t like Dogs. Long story involving a traumatic experience as a child. Anyway if I ever owned one, we would do this…

    more trail dogs here

    http://www.chopmtb.com/2013/03/07/six-awesome-trail-dogs-you-wished-you-owned/

  9. Omar - Sing If You Want It.

    Omar is sorely underrated, and today with the sun coming out for the first time this spring, this was in my head all morning long…

    Perfect Sun Song..

  10. nomicheese:

guyletatooer:

On Nomi Chi . Holland February 2013 .

My neck is cooler than your neck 

Not normally a fan of neck/head pieces, but Guy Le Tatooer’s work always amazes
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    nomicheese:

    guyletatooer:

    On Nomi Chi .
    Holland February 2013 .

    My neck is cooler than your neck 

    Not normally a fan of neck/head pieces, but Guy Le Tatooer’s work always amazes

  11. leowilliamsphotography:

    ETHIOPIA!

    Why its taken me a whole year to get around to this ive no idea, but finally retouched these shots from Ethiopia. Last February i flew out to Addis with my good friend Sam Barker to help him shoot a series on the tribes of the Omo Valley. i decided to head out and shoot some locals in the towns we passed through during the night, wanting to work with ambient and practicals was a fun challenge, and im really happy with the shots…

    Some lovely portraits in here, also love the skin tones, we the people who are darker than blue…

  12. I’ve spent a bit of time looking at sleek, titanium, carbon, stainless steel EveryDay Carries. Sublime, burnished, patinaed pocket dumps of expensive well thought out items that will get you through the forthcoming zombie apocalypse. Mine isn’t like that. Mine is what will keep me writing and moving. Some are worn, some live in my pockets, others are kept in the bag. All come with me at all times.
Items (Left to Right)
Wallet - Purchased in a market in Buenos Aires
Carabiner - Not for climbing! Just for attaching keys to belt (3 for bike locks, 3 for my house)
Coin Pouch - http://www.31trum.com/ can’t have that loose change jingling
Front Light - Exposure Joystick http://www.exposurelights.com/product/000020/joystick/
Spare Inner Tube
Pump - Lezyne HP http://www.lezyne.com/en/products/hand-pumps/high-pressure#!road-drive
Ring for me pinkie finger
Watch - I’m old school and telling the time shouldn’t mean I have to pull my phone out of my pocket. Seiko divers watch modded and restrapped by http://www.31trum.com/
Moleskine - note book and pen to write in it..
Iphone - with a shock absorbing case. Power and home buttons are still fucked though.
Travelling multi tool - Leatherman Skeletool, bought for when I went travelling. http://www.leatherman.co.uk/product/Skeletool
Knife - CRKT KISS for peeling apples/oranges and opening boxes. http://www.crkt.com/KISS, attached is a carabiner bottle opener…
Tyre Levers
Bike Multi tool
15mm spanner for track nuts and/or pedals
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    I’ve spent a bit of time looking at sleek, titanium, carbon, stainless steel EveryDay Carries. Sublime, burnished, patinaed pocket dumps of expensive well thought out items that will get you through the forthcoming zombie apocalypse. Mine isn’t like that. Mine is what will keep me writing and moving. Some are worn, some live in my pockets, others are kept in the bag. All come with me at all times.

    Items (Left to Right)

    Wallet - Purchased in a market in Buenos Aires

    Carabiner - Not for climbing! Just for attaching keys to belt (3 for bike locks, 3 for my house)

    Coin Pouch - http://www.31trum.com/ can’t have that loose change jingling

    Front Light - Exposure Joystick http://www.exposurelights.com/product/000020/joystick/

    Spare Inner Tube

    Pump - Lezyne HP http://www.lezyne.com/en/products/hand-pumps/high-pressure#!road-drive

    Ring for me pinkie finger

    Watch - I’m old school and telling the time shouldn’t mean I have to pull my phone out of my pocket. Seiko divers watch modded and restrapped by http://www.31trum.com/

    Moleskine - note book and pen to write in it..

    Iphone - with a shock absorbing case. Power and home buttons are still fucked though.

    Travelling multi tool - Leatherman Skeletool, bought for when I went travelling. http://www.leatherman.co.uk/product/Skeletool

    Knife - CRKT KISS for peeling apples/oranges and opening boxes. http://www.crkt.com/KISS, attached is a carabiner bottle opener…

    Tyre Levers

    Bike Multi tool

    15mm spanner for track nuts and/or pedals

  13. Some graffiti I saw under a bridge on the way from Bons En Chablais to Geneva. If memory serves it was still on the french side of the border. Have no idea who the artist was/is, but was delighted to see it..

  14. beardsandbicycles:

Tweed Run 2010 by IanVisits on Flickr.


That is a magnificent beard
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    beardsandbicycles:

    Tweed Run 2010 by IanVisits on Flickr.

    That is a magnificent beard
  15. stanleychowillustration:

A cyclist in Richmond Park
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    stanleychowillustration:

    A cyclist in Richmond Park