From the collection of Vienna-based designer and bike aficionado Michael Embacher, this special exhibition features some 40 bicycles representing every decade from 1925 to the present, each chosen by Embacher as examples of pivotal moments in the evolution of bicycle design. The exhibition will include racing, mountain, single speed, touring, tandem, urban, folding, cargo, curiosities, and children’s bicycles. There will also be various events and programs taking place all summer long, check out the Cyclepedia Programs Calender for dates and more information.
Titanium light weight fat bike by Vertigo Cycles out of Portland, Or. I wonder what the complete build weight is on this bike? I love the Fat Chance jersey in the photo as well.
Hey Ryan, how many fat bikes are you allowed to have up there in Alaska? Have a Ti one yet?
Here is a funny short from the guys over at PDW. I’m sure we’ll be seeing some great new products from them soon. I bet Ryan is still enjoying his fenders up there in Alaska, but down here its almost summer!
By the way, it looks like you guys are having fun standing around down there in PDX, we’re riding bikes up here in Seattle, swing by anytime if you want to join!