random acts of kindness

October 7, 2011

same message, more ambitious font.

diseminated at Guilford Place on this orange beauty.

 

– needless

 

Property may be theft but every time a bike is stolen a fairy dies.

inspired by a graffiti I saw on knautia’s flickr and of course J.M.Barrie’s wonderful creation

disseminated on this bicycle parked on Aylesbury Street round the corner from Lenin’s printing press.

 

– needless

1 world, 2 wheels

October 7, 2011

1 world 2 wheels. take responsibility for the impact of your lifestyle, we are all connected and we all live with the consequences of each others choices and actions.

so this is my reaction to the rider of this bike parked on Gee Street outside of Her Majesty’s Court Service, thank you riding and keeping our world a cleaner, safer and healthier place.

– needless

even one less car

October 7, 2011

and even one less car

thanx for ridin to the owner of this white bike also parked outside of Holborn Library.

– needless

one less car

October 7, 2011

one less car. keep on riding

a small thank you to the rider of this blue bike outside of Holborn Library

-needless

elegance over excertion. lycra and spelling free zone. ride wherever the weather takes you, remember to bring a picnic hamper and to colour outside of the lines.

disseminated on this bike parked in the safety of holborn police station on Lambs Conduit Street

– needless

nice ride, ride nice

October 7, 2011

kind and courteous to all. i love cyclists and I want everyone else to love us too. fight the rage and spread the love. other cyclists are not the enemy, they are part of the solution.

I have no reason to believe that the owner of this lovely black bike on Walton Street is anything but the most courteous and well-mannered of riders but we can all do with a token of thanx from time to time (and simplified spelling guarantees this piece is one of a kind).

hail fellow cyclist. it is a pleasure to share the road with you. keep on riding

– needless

Ride/Green

October 7, 2011

Ride green. Green in and green out. Run your engine on veg and keep your C02 emissions to a minimum.

Last night foundthe perfect candidate for the last of these tags, this classic schwinn type beast in Hatton Garden.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Riding in the greenery of the Hackney marshes we came across this bike chained on the banks of the river lea, most green and most deserving of one of these tags.

 

on this yellow one on Morpeth Rd and on this nifty little Brompton on Terrace Rd. not my favourite bike but can’t argue with their functionality can you…
– needless

WE CYCLE

October 7, 2011

baby steps to a greener world

wecycle

disseminated on camley st on a light blue single speed and at Great Sutton St on this fabulous creation

– needless