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18 April 2011

Those Wolfies Vintage Cruisers


This 1960's Huffy Roadside Cruiser has my name all over it.  I've never been a huge fan of cruisers but boy this collection of classic bikes from Wolfies Cycles is just gorgeous.

Each bike has been beautifully restored by owner Mark Austin and the whole collection will be on display (and for sale) for a few weeks only at Blank Space Gallery in Surry Hills.

They knock socks off the recent plethora of modern beach cruisers - no substitute for originality in my humble opinion so go, look, buy, it's very rare to see so many beautiful vintage bikes in one space.  Felix (age 4) thinks they look like brilliant shiny rockets and he's right.

And hands off the Huffy!




4 comments:

peSeta said...

hi saskia

couldn´t find your email contact. i hope you won´t mind i write you here...
i´m jaime, from spanish brand peSeta

i just wanted to share with you this short film we´ve made about our latest collaboration:
a series of bike caps made by a bicycle attached to a sewing machine for the New Museum of NYC shop...
we´re really excited about it and thought you might like it as well...

http://www.vimeo.com/22382844

thank you very much and cheers

jaime
www.peseta.org

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