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Bicycle Haiku

Boing Boing’s Xeni Jardin talks with WIRED founder Kevin Kelly’s book Bicycle Haiku in this video. Kelly rode his bicycle across the United States in 1979. Bicycle Haiku is a reproduction of the sketchbook he kept from that trip. More at Boing Boing.

Bicycle haiku and other bicycle blog madness

Frank has an nice winter CX baiku in Illinois. He also pointed me to a old set of baikus from last summer. Carlton talks about “get off the road for your own safety” individuals in the Netherlands(!), India and Nazi Germany. Perhaps there’s a connection with this “bicycle neglect”. Alan makes the point that the read more »

A New Year with bicycles

Yesterday, I briefly mentioned the Japanese practice of “firsts” for the New Year – hatsumode is viewing the first sunrise of the year, while hatsuhinode is the first visit to the shrine. Many Japanese will write haiku (the 5-7-5 poetry that often evokes nature and related themes) of other firsts such as the first laugh read more »

Haiku is Cyclelicious link bait

I just linked to Bike Skirt yesterday, and then they have to go and post a haiku this morning. Remember, a good bike haiku is automatic link bait for Cyclelicious. Just ensure I can find the haiku by shooting an email to me or thumping me on the head. I saw Anna’s eye-catching pink and read more »

Bicycle bag inventory

“Spoken Contract” posted the contents of his bike bag. Spoken gets around by bike in Boston, has a girlfriend named Emily and a roommate named Lauren. This isn’t Emily or Lauren, as far as I know, but it fits the theme of another category of posts I’ll link to, which is pets and bikes. Click read more »

Bicycle blog

I didn’t run into Dorky Doug today, though I led BionX Boy and Java Man in to work at a nice 24 mph pace. I’m loving this week’s Bay Area weather, and it looks like every other bike commuter is also. Caltrain was packed and it’s only February. If you plan to bring your bike read more »