Saturday, June 25, 2011

Strellson Fixie zum halben Preis

Der Herrenglobus Zürich verkauft zur Zeit Strellson Produkte (inkl. den auf dem Bianchi Pista basierenden Fixie) zum halben Preis. Das Fixie kostet nun, statt wie im März 1400 Franken, nur noch 700 Franken. Als langjähriger Träger von Strellson Anzügen und T-Shirts konnte ich hier nicht widerstehen und habe mir eines gekauft. An Lager sind noch Rahmenhöhe 55 cm sowie eines von 59 cm (Stand Samstag Vormittag).
Auf diverse Produkte aus der "Mel Ramos" Collection von Strellson sind zu einem reduzierten Preis erhältlich.

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Caminada in Arbeit

Die Restauration des Caminada Renners macht Fortschritte. Das Rad ist nun bis auf die Räder wieder zusammengesetzt. Auch das Logo ist bereits digitalisiert.

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Back in Zurich

The sculpture called "Love" was created by Robert Indiana during the US war in Vietnam. 
Back to cold and rainy Zurich from a hot and sunny New York. The picture of this sculpture is used in various occasions as VE-LO.

Monday, June 6, 2011

Bicycle Impressions from Soho

Today, we took a couple of bicycle pictures throughout the city. The guy on the  the top picture is Vincent: "Taking pictures of my bike makes $5", he joked. He has a German mother and recognized that our accent bases on the German language.

New Museum Bicycle Cap

Yesterday, we walked a lot in New York and when we came by the New Museum, I  couldn't resists visiting the shop. I bought there a bicycle cap that was made by a sewing machine connected to a bicycle. My box is #15 out of #15.

Sunday, June 5, 2011

First Impressions of New York

This is the view from the 102nd level of the Empire State Building. This time we decided to buy the upgrade and go up another 16 levels. I must admit that you can see the difference.
Below a bicycle chained to a signal post. The saddle is missing but I assume that the owner took it with him because it's fixed with a quick release only.  

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

New York calling

Together with Frau von Alpenschick, I'm in New York for a few days. The New Museum is something I don't want to miss. Maybe they even have some bicycle caps on display, that where created by a sewing machine connected to a bicycle (Check out the peSeta story)