The first casualty of the season.
Every year, at least a dozen bikes chained to parking meters don’t survive the winter.
The first Möbius Bike of the season
It’s even sadder than those ASPCA TV commercials.
Mt Auburn Street
near Harvard Square
You can tell it’s spring; the bikes are in bloom.
This bike could be a kindergarten color test.
I need to know what led to this.
Abandoned bike frame in a snow bank on the sidewalk. The frame’s top tube has been cut. The crank, pedals, front chain rings, and front derailleur have been carefully removed, along with the seat and seat post, handlebars, stem, and headset, and both wheels and brake mechanisms. But the chain is still there.
Someone put a lot of work into this.
Mystery Bike Frame
In a snowbank
Downtown Lowell, MA
Distance to girth to mass
Had to stop on the way to work this morning to take this picture:
The GPS bike computer on my folding (commuting) bike hit 500 miles this morning.
+500 miles distance =
-2 inches girth =
-23 pounds mass
Cambridge Street just east of Inman Square
Isn’t it supposed to be “green with envy”?
Aran’s new bike is a thing of beauty.
At the bike rack
I’m declaring war on Christmas, armed with balls and tinsel.
Johnny: Denny, don’t you have something else to do?
Denny: I just like to watch you guys. †
† Inappropriate dialogue from the movie The Room, of course.
A Bike Rack in an alley off Mt. Auburn Street
Getting the artbikes ready for Christmas!
Don’t have the ornaments on them yet, but…
Word on the street is that the squirrels have been trying to steal the tinsel.
On a bike rack at the end of an alley
Really. The last thing we needed here was to host…
A bike bumper sticker:
At a Bike Rack
Uh-oh. It’s time to up my game.
There’s now competition in the Harvard Square Bike Art biz.
Above Club Passim, Harvard Square
I’m tired of taking pictures of snow banks.
Bicycles like to hibernate in snow castles.
Under the Snow