April 26, 2013

A building that will not let bikes be forgotten

  A secure bicycle parking space didn’t eventuate as part of the New York Times building, despite that being a condition of planning consent. Whether the architect Renzo Piano simply forgot, or the space was purloined […]
April 25, 2013

Bike songs: the worst thing since God Rock

Though you have pushed the uncomfortable memories to the back of your mind, I want you to think back to church youth group. Don’t say you weren’t suckered in too. Those flirty fishing preachers’ kids (PKs) […]
April 25, 2013

Are you seeing spam in your RSS feed?

An RSS subscriber to cycle-space has told me that ads for aphrodisiacs are appearing within my text. I did not place such text or links in my blog posts, and seek readers’ help or advice to […]
April 24, 2013

Office bike parking: a transparent solution.

The design studio I’m leading at UTAS passed another milestone yesterday, with the submission of 60 different proposals for 15000sqm office buildings. If the Bicycle Oriented Planning principles surrounding the project were to work as we […]
April 24, 2013

Indulging my bike love

I enjoyed a rare perk of bike blogging recently. I found the cheapest retailer of Brooks leather bar tape in Germany, paid, waited two weeks, then discovered thieves are in the system somewhere between Grafschaft and […]