The facade of the ‘Fahrradhof Altlandsberg’ a small bikeshop in the village of Altlandsberg, Germany featuring an art installation of 120 old and recycled bicycles attached to the exterior of the building that houses the shop.
Honored by Architizer as one of the Ten Best Bike-related Design Innovations of 2011, this leather frame cinch secures just about anything somewhat narrow to your top tube – why not a six pack? Featured in Beer West Magazine, Time Out Chicago, Gizmodo, and more. Originally designed by and for a Hardcourt Bike Polo aficionado, we since learned that this useful item can hold all kinds of things to your bike. The strap is adjustable to hold variably sized items. One of our customers uses two to hold her kayak paddle! The six-pack rests nicely between your knees (not knocking into them!). Check out testimonials from customers on our feedback page: http://www.etsy.com/people/WalnutStudiolo/feedback?ref=pr_feedback See an installation video on our YouTube channel: http://youtu.be/3a1RWqbk00c This product was burned by bikesnobnyc! http://bikesnobnyc.blogspot.com/2010/07/throwing-down-your-arms-time-and-place.html As bike polo mallet holders, these bundle together mallet cues and secure the mallets to your bike’s top tube. Bike polo tested and approved! Besides being devilishly stylish, the mallet cue holder will keep players honest on which cues they should use and organizes mallets so players can easily see which game is next. kay, so maybe it’s actually designed to hold pike polo mallets — but that doesn’t mean the Bike 6-Pack Holder ($22) isn’t great for holding a sudsy surprise. This leather frame cinch adjusts to secure just about anything to your bike’s top tube, making it perfect for carrying a little liquid refreshment. Just remember to let your cargo settle before opening, unless you like beer showers.
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Tour de la Realité, by Markus Hofer