I think I’m a crap photographer, lousy artist, rubbish writer... and am getting too old to ride fixie and love French women. However, I have 25 different Tumblr themes ranging from Arts and Cafés to Leicas and Volkswagens; and don’t load those pages with ordinary images but select stimulating visuals. To see all my theme updates follow "Ed Buziak / Fotoformat" on Facebook.
Neil Stevens’ poster for the Tour of Flanders.

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Neil Stevens’ poster for the Tour of Flanders.

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Hottest cyclist ever…

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Hottest cyclist ever…

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No chance of a punctured tyre!
This Chicago resident attached spikes to his wheels and mittens to the handles to prepare for winter’s ice and snow in 1948. (Photo: Wallace Kirkland / Time & Life Pictures / Getty Images).
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No chance of a punctured tyre!

This Chicago resident attached spikes to his wheels and mittens to the handles to prepare for winter’s ice and snow in 1948. (Photo: Wallace Kirkland / Time & Life Pictures / Getty Images).

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(Source: life)

To work it off… bike it back!
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To work it off… bike it back!

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"Ocean Beach" by Albert + Marie for ARTCRANK San Francisco and available from their Etsy store.
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"Ocean Beach" by Albert + Marie
for ARTCRANK San Francisco
and available from their Etsy store.

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Pirelli Milioni di Cicliste…
Poster designed by Dutch born Bob Noorda in 1957, Noorda would go on to serve as art director for Pirelli in Milan and was a dominant figure in helping to create the Pirelli style, where he designed numerous advertisements, printed collateral, packaging and posters. In 1965, Noorda and fellow Milanese designer Massimo Vignelli, teamed up to establish Unimark International. 
Thanks to Display for the biographical information on Noorda. 
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Pirelli Milioni di Cicliste…

Poster designed by Dutch born Bob Noorda in 1957, Noorda would go on to serve as art director for Pirelli in Milan and was a dominant figure in helping to create the Pirelli style, where he designed numerous advertisements, printed collateral, packaging and posters. In 1965, Noorda and fellow Milanese designer Massimo Vignelli, teamed up to establish Unimark International

Thanks to Display for the biographical information on Noorda. 

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Cool black…

Cool black…

(Source: sustantivopropio, via tbumlr)

Octave Lapize is one of France’s cycling greats winning the Tour de France (1910), Paris-Roubaix (1909, 1910), Paris-Tours (1911),  Paris-Brussels (1911, 1912, 1913) and the French National Championships (1911, 1912, 1913). 
What he is probably best remembered for is yelling, “Vous êtes des assassins! Oui, des assassins!” (You are murderers! Yes, murderers!) at Tour officials on the climb of the Col du Tourmalet in 1910 Tour. The stage in question was 326 kilometers in length, featured seven brutal climbs, and was raced on unsealed roads with single-gear bicycles.
Lapize was killed in the 1914-18 World War along with other Tour winners Lucien Petit-Breton (1907, 1908) and François Faber (1909). The Tour of Britain website has an article on the tragic deaths of cyclists during the War marking Remembrance Day.
The Lapize photo comes from BikeRaceInfo.
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Octave Lapize is one of France’s cycling greats winning the Tour de France (1910), Paris-Roubaix (1909, 1910), Paris-Tours (1911),  Paris-Brussels (1911, 1912, 1913) and the French National Championships (1911, 1912, 1913). 

What he is probably best remembered for is yelling, “Vous êtes des assassins! Oui, des assassins!” (You are murderers! Yes, murderers!) at Tour officials on the climb of the Col du Tourmalet in 1910 Tour. The stage in question was 326 kilometers in length, featured seven brutal climbs, and was raced on unsealed roads with single-gear bicycles.

Lapize was killed in the 1914-18 World War along with other Tour winners Lucien Petit-Breton (1907, 1908) and François Faber (1909). The Tour of Britain website has an article on the tragic deaths of cyclists during the War marking Remembrance Day.

The Lapize photo comes from BikeRaceInfo.

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"Velocità" ~ Alessandro Bruschetti, 1932. Oil on canvas, 55.5 x 78 cm. (Italian, 1910-1980).
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"Velocità" ~ Alessandro Bruschetti, 1932.
Oil on canvas, 55.5 x 78 cm. (Italian, 1910-1980).

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Black and Beautiful… collapsible bicycle.
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Black and Beautiful… collapsible bicycle.

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So funny… especially as I’ve chosen not to own a car for the past three years. I walk and ride instead!
Found on SG Cyclists’ Facebook page.
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So funny… especially as I’ve chosen not to own a car for the past three years. I walk and ride instead!

Found on SG Cyclists’ Facebook page.

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Might pimp my fixie these fun colours…

Daniel González http://muchasgraciasporvenir.com

Graphic designer based in Santiago, Chile. Focused on illustration, branding and character design.

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WOW…

The Bacon and Cheese Machine.

French artist McBess in collaboration with The Dudes Factory customized a PG bike renamed ‘The Bacon & Cheese Machine’.

It oozes style and if you want to watch the process of this project, check the video below…

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"Fix" ~ Marco Corte.
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"Fix" ~ Marco Corte.

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