Vogue Around The Globe: Bike Biodiversity (part un)

The sign of a healthy movement is the strength of its diversity from within. This one word - vogue - does not represent one particular style. It does not dictate how you look and how you ride. The way you decide to carry yourself is purely up to you, no matter where you live on this earth, what kind of bike you ride, how fast or slow you ride it, what you put on your body, or your head. This blog is here to honor the rich beauty of our differences.

Part 1 of this edition of Vogue Around The Globe brings you Bike Biodiversity from different corners of our planet, focusing on women (tomorrow we'll bring on the hot dudes - promise).

by Cameron Adams - Atlanta, GA, USA

Copenhagen Bikehaven by Mellbin 2011

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by Franz Michael S. Mellbin - Copenhagen, Denmark

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by Bart Omeu, Barcelona, Spain

by baudman - Melbourne, Australia

The Tweed Run London Nov 2011 (27)
by Funny Cyclist - London, England

Bigfish Line, Covent Garden
by Bigfish - London, England

by Claudio Olivares Medina - Santiago, Chile

As mina de Sampa
by Carlos Alkmin - São Paulo, Brazil

Innocent Manjo
by bicycleportraits - South Africa


Edinburgh Cycle Chic said...

Um, you missed out Edinburgh, Scotland...

Kristin Tieche said...

Hi Edinburgh, most of these pics are pulled from my Flickr Photo Pool. You can add your pics from Edinburgh and next time I promise to include you in this roundup. If you have pics of hot dudes on bikes, you can post them in my photo pool for men.

Thanks for visiting and ride on!

Cameron Adams said...

'Tis ever an honor to represent Atlanta : )

Bicycle Kitty said...

On the first photo - cute kickstand!

Where are all the cute helmets?

Kristin Tieche said...

@kitty - I think there's a helmet in Melbourne, Australia, it's just that her head was cut off! ;-)

Kristin Tieche said...

@cameron - represent!