How I’m chillin’ this Summer

I’m working on an article, quite a fine one indeed, that you will no doubt read in the New Yorker—should that be the rag you find your chips wrapped in some day. I do recommend you buy the occasional piece of print media. It’s nice to be able to read still, even when you don’t have a wireless connection.

While I have little to feed your mind by way of blog posts right now, I would like to make good with a little eye candy. Note the candy coloured kit at 34 seconds. As my dear friend Professor Russo has told me (and I quote) I am “both the doyen of cycle culture and style”.

About Steven

I'm on a mission to put cycling on the agendas of architects, urban designers and fellow academics, who see the potential for bicycles to change cities and buildings. My PhD is in architectural history and my interdisciplinary research spans art theory, philosophy and cultural studies. I teach architectural history and theory and design studio at The University of Tasmania, Australia, and formerly worked as an architect designing large public housing projects in Singapore. My favourite bikes are a titanium racing bike I use for racing, a Velorbis retro commuter for riding to cafes and work, a single speed ultra light Brompton that I take with me when I travel on planes, a 29er hard tail mountain bike that I get lost on in remote places, an old track bike that scares me, a 1984 Colnago Super with all original campagnolo components that is plugged into a virtual realm that I train in, and a Dutch-made Bakfiets, that could easily replace half of the bikes I just mentioned.
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