Category Archives: art
The central theme of the terrific new movie Hearts Beat Loud may not be about cycling, but it is a critical component of the film. In fact, this may be the first motion picture ever to include a scene with … Continue reading
Discovvered this honey of a bike rack at Cherry Republic in Glen Arbor, Michigan.
Increasingly, I am observing vintage or used bicycles being employed as yard/garden art. In this post are two examples from one street (16th) here in Traverse City, Michigan. Bicycle are a terrific decorative addition to the yard/garden or can be … Continue reading
One of the last photos of this musical genius and icon is of Prince riding his bicycle. Rest in peace and thank you always being true to your Midwestern hometown of Minneapolis-St. Paul.
Tandem bicycles –two wheels powered by four feet -double the pleasure. Rick Brown 2016
InsideOut Gallery in Traverse City.
This charming statue is located in Clinch Park along the TART Trail and the Traverse City, Michigan waterfront. The statue was created by Verna Bartnick and depicts a parent teaching their child to ride a bike, as they must eventually let the … Continue reading
Just in case anyone needed reminding, the proper use of bicycle helmets is to protect us from falling or flying bicycles. Thank you to Dan Piraro (a.k.a. Bizarro) for humorously clarifying that important public safety matter. Enjoy!