Monday, 18 February 2013

Silts and bikes 1989 stylee to say that we're off on an adventure 2013 stylee!

Robin and Kevin Maastricht 1989

Cap'n Bikebeard is out on high seas on an adventure with Raymondo Mundo, Black Beauty and the Don Quixote Crew.
Follow their adventures on 

Friday, 24 February 2012

Pancake Race and Lit-up Ride 2012

The Bicycle Race at The Great Easton Pancake Race

Mariarsi, 2012 grand champion, receiving his medal from Mr.Pancake, Graeme Shrove

more photos here from Queens Square earlier in the evening.

Sunday, 14 August 2011

Wow Bike Smut

The gorgeous raunchy people of Bike Smut brought their Bikesexual Film Festival to little old Bristol, they are currently caressing and probing everwhere on their European Tour
it turned into

Bike Porn Three Day Weekend

...beginning Thursday with Le Mini Mans 24 heures endurance race, a salute to Monsieur Alfred Jarry our favourite wildest cyclist and the Reverend Phil inspirational mini bike rider (and smut merchant)

Friday the Main Event
Cracktan opened the nights preceding a life drawing class with bicycle and ukulele

Bike Smut presented us with a glorious selection of short erotic films made by inspired cyclists from all over the world. Uplifting, funny and full of love.

...and to finish with before the UV Lycra Disco
the very wonderfully smutty Les Velobici blew us all away...... hot hot !

Lycratastic UV Disco from Marcus/Darcus

Saturday Chill Out

The lovely Katie and Kim in their Horsebox

co-curated exhibition featuring
Dokumenta Ciclista

with music from
Tom Beef
Pip the Human Jukebox

Sunday, 26 June 2011

The Bristol Light Project Led Lights Benefit Workshop

13:00 to 18:00 Saturday 23rd of July

Meanwhile Enjoy 

Sita Sings the Blues on MonkeyLectric Video Pro Bike Wheel

Sunday, 10 April 2011

The Bristol Light Project has begun

Led Lights Benefit Workshop 


13:00 to 18:00 Saturday 14th of May
Join the Bristol Light Project and craft your own Persistence of Vision lights for your bike wheels. The device is a single row of flashing LEDs that creates the illusion of (moving) images when the wheel spins. The lights we make will be programmable with any pattern of your own creation!
Book your place now. The earlier you book the easier it is for us to prepare. Choose your preferred colour or go all out and go for the RGB version that can display any colour under the sun. Pre-order additional kits to make at home. All proceeds go to the Bristol Bike Project.
No previous experience necessary as able technicians will be on hand to help and instruct you. Participants under 16 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.

 for more information and to book a place go to