Category Archives: Design
Greg LeMond’s first bike was a Cinelli…
“It all started in February of 1976 when Bob LeMond, Greg’s father, purchased the beautiful, yellow 1974 Cinelli. Interestingly, the bike came into the hands of Greg by way of Mike Synyard, CEO and founder of Specialized Bicycles (at the time he was the distributor for Cinelli in Northern California) and the owner of Rick’s Bike Shop in Reno, Rick Bullis. From there, Greg raced on it for the 1976-1977 seasons and won 40 amateur races. This was the start to a career in professional cycling that would span nearly two decades and included two World Championship titles, three monumental Tour de France victories (the first American to do so), and helped revolutionize cycling as we know it today. It’s only fitting that his first racing bike was yellow… ”
Read more on this incredible piece of art at Nickalas’ site and don’t forget to see more details while you’re over there.
UK designers and illustrators Massif Central has a new poster, illustrating the Tour’s most coveted jersey for climbers: the polka dot. Head over to see more details on this great poster!
Yes. You read that right: “Bikemoji.”
100 Copies took some of our favorite emojis and made them out of common bike parts. A series of 4 designs, Bikemoji is available individually as well as a set of four. Both are limited to, as the name suggests, 100 copies and is stamped / labeled with a unique edition number.
Check out more at 100 Copies and see all four designs below. (more…)
Cross is coming! Crosses cumming… something new is coming next week. #CrossesCumming
… one component and accessory at a time. Along with a brief synopsis and information including pricepoint and availability. It’s been a recent favorite follow of mine. Head over to the Bicycle Crumbs Instagram to see more for yourself.
This is Geoff McFetridge‘s way of reminding us that the week is almost over… Check out more of his work at his Tumblr!
Bobby, this came out good. Real good! Follow @klctvefusion on Instagram for updates.
Wow. Cinelli collaborates with a lot of affluent or well-known artists but I’m always drawn to their support of up and coming talent. Ana Benaroya‘s work is phenomenal. See more at her Tumblr!
Artist Richard Pool brought two of his favorite websites together for a #HardstyleWednesday pose. We’re blushing over here and I’m sure Tracko is too… Check out more of Richard’s work at his Instagram account @alpha_lazer.
With Wiggo’s new hour record title firmly stamped in the record books, infographics like this from Massif Central break all the data down play by play in a design that radiates off his signature bullseye. Check out more at Massif Central.