Archive for October, 2011

The Bicycle Library Opening in London Fields,Friday 28 October

The Bicycle Library, as featured in the current issue of Boneshaker, has its opening in its new home in London Fields on Friday 28th October. The Bicycle Library is a mobile library advocating bicycles in the city, where bicycles and books are available to rent and a bicycle matching service is provided by their librarian. The B.AMBULANCE is also part of their fleet, customising and servicing bicycles and available for out of hours commuter rescue.

Start the evening off with the Critical Mass Halloween Ride . Departure is at 7pm from the south side of Waterloo Bridge and the party starts at 9pm at 274 Richmond Road E8 3QW. Drinks & DJs will entertain you till 2am. Costumes are strongly encouraged and additional garments from Karta Healy’s infamous costume rail will be at your disposal.

Visit www.thebicyclelibrary.com or our facebook page http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Bicycle-Library for more info.

Our ‘Vintage Velo’ Artcrank print now available

Following on from the 2011 Artcrank LDN show at Look Mum No Hands, we are pleased to make a limited edition print available to y’all. It is printed in 3 colours, is A3 size and is limited to a run of 30. This is our designer John Coe’s first venture into screenprinting and he has been bitten by the bug, so expect it to be the first of many. Get yours here.

Back by popular demand – Bear Trailer t-shirt


Due to selling out the ever popular ‘Bear Trailer’ t-shirt, designed by Adams Carvalho and printed by the brilliant White Duck screenprint, we have printed a second run to keep them available to bike fans around the world. Get your here – they make a great present for anyone who is a fan of the bike and the bear…. start your christmas shopping now….!

T-shirts by Wojtek

Just been given the heads up on a couple of great bike-themed t-shirts designed by Wojtek, a graphic designer and musician working in Bristol. He first came on our radar when we featured his posters in the article on the fascinating photographic project Dokumenta Ciclista. Check them out on his online store, or if you are in the Bristol area, get yours at Bristol Dropouts, a new bicycle shop on Stokes Croft.