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Zizkov tower is an iconic symbol of Prague. The artist David Cerny erected several sculptures resembling babies crawling up the tower’s pillars. The statues have the same size and face symbolizing that in the future we will all be the same, homogeneous beings .  In our reinterpretation of the tower, bikes take the place of the babies symbolizing a future hopefully with more bikes and bike lanes.    Kolo in Czech means bike so from that the double meaning Kolo-nization

Zizkov tower is an iconic symbol of Prague. The artist David Cerny erected several sculptures resembling babies crawling up the tower’s pillars. The statues have the same size and face symbolizing that in the future we will all be the same, homogeneous beings . In our reinterpretation of the tower, bikes take the place of the babies symbolizing a future hopefully with more bikes and bike lanes. Kolo in Czech means bike so from that the double meaning Kolo-nization

Zizkov tower is an iconic symbol of Prague. The artist David Cerny erected several sculptures resembling babies crawling up the tower’s pillars. The statues have the same size and face symbolizing that in the future we will all be the same, homogeneous beings .  In our reinterpretation of the tower, bikes take the place of the babies symbolizing a future hopefully with more bikes and bike lanes.    Kolo in Czech means bike so from that the double meaning Kolo-nization

Zizkov tower is an iconic symbol of Prague. The artist David Cerny erected several sculptures resembling babies crawling up the tower’s pillars. The statues have the same size and face symbolizing that in the future we will all be the same, homogeneous beings . In our reinterpretation of the tower, bikes take the place of the babies symbolizing a future hopefully with more bikes and bike lanes. Kolo in Czech means bike so from that the double meaning Kolo-nization

Zizkov tower is an iconic symbol of Prague. The artist David Cerny erected several sculptures resembling babies crawling up the tower’s pillars. The statues have the same size and face symbolizing that in the future we will all be the same, homogeneous beings .  In our reinterpretation of the tower, bikes take the place of the babies symbolizing a future hopefully with more bikes and bike lanes.    Kolo in Czech means bike so from that the double meaning Kolo-nization

Zizkov tower is an iconic symbol of Prague. The artist David Cerny erected several sculptures resembling babies crawling up the tower’s pillars. The statues have the same size and face symbolizing that in the future we will all be the same, homogeneous beings . In our reinterpretation of the tower, bikes take the place of the babies symbolizing a future hopefully with more bikes and bike lanes. Kolo in Czech means bike so from that the double meaning Kolo-nization

The Czech Republic is a paradise for mountain bikers. Thousands of square kilometers of forests and hills rich in singletracks. We have had the rare pleasure of cycling through two of the best MTB locations in the Czech Republic: Singltrek pod Smrkem and Rychlebské stezky. Both are in the north, at the border with Poland and while doing this trip we had the inspiration for this creativity.

The Czech Republic is a paradise for mountain bikers. Thousands of square kilometers of forests and hills rich in singletracks. We have had the rare pleasure of cycling through two of the best MTB locations in the Czech Republic: Singltrek pod Smrkem and Rychlebské stezky. Both are in the north, at the border with Poland and while doing this trip we had the inspiration for this creativity.

Kafka is one of the most important  Czech authors. He was born in Prague while it was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire where he left many footprints. Kafka’s favourite sister, Ottla,  lived at Golden Lane 22 and he is reported to have written his short stories in her front room. Now the lane is one of the most visited spots in Prague.    Kafka’s unmistakeable image has been reinterpretated in many ways so we thought it was time to make our own bike related version!

Kafka is one of the most important Czech authors. He was born in Prague while it was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire where he left many footprints. Kafka’s favourite sister, Ottla, lived at Golden Lane 22 and he is reported to have written his short stories in her front room. Now the lane is one of the most visited spots in Prague. Kafka’s unmistakeable image has been reinterpretated in many ways so we thought it was time to make our own bike related version!

Kafka is one of the most important  Czech authors. He was born in Prague while it was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire where he left many footprints. Kafka’s favourite sister, Ottla,  lived at Golden Lane 22 and he is reported to have written his short stories in her front room. Now the lane is one of the most visited spots in Prague.    Kafka’s unmistakeable image has been reinterpretated in many ways so we thought it was time to make our own bike related version!

Kafka is one of the most important Czech authors. He was born in Prague while it was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire where he left many footprints. Kafka’s favourite sister, Ottla, lived at Golden Lane 22 and he is reported to have written his short stories in her front room. Now the lane is one of the most visited spots in Prague. Kafka’s unmistakeable image has been reinterpretated in many ways so we thought it was time to make our own bike related version!

Kafka is one of the most important  Czech authors. He was born in Prague while it was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire where he left many footprints. Kafka’s favourite sister, Ottla,  lived at Golden Lane 22 and he is reported to have written his short stories in her front room. Now the lane is one of the most visited spots in Prague.    Kafka’s unmistakeable image has been reinterpretated in many ways so we thought it was time to make our own bike related version!

Kafka is one of the most important Czech authors. He was born in Prague while it was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire where he left many footprints. Kafka’s favourite sister, Ottla, lived at Golden Lane 22 and he is reported to have written his short stories in her front room. Now the lane is one of the most visited spots in Prague. Kafka’s unmistakeable image has been reinterpretated in many ways so we thought it was time to make our own bike related version!

During the summer we are constantly riding with our customers in the bucolic Czech forests. We spend hours in the good company of massive roots, lazy streams, jagged rock formations, omnipresent dirt and vividly coloured  trees.     That’s where the inspiration for this design comes from.

During the summer we are constantly riding with our customers in the bucolic Czech forests. We spend hours in the good company of massive roots, lazy streams, jagged rock formations, omnipresent dirt and vividly coloured trees. That’s where the inspiration for this design comes from.

During the summer we are constantly riding with our customers in the bucolic Czech forests. We spend hours in the good company of massive roots, lazy streams, jagged rock formations, omnipresent dirt and vividly coloured  trees.     That’s where the inspiration for this design comes from.

During the summer we are constantly riding with our customers in the bucolic Czech forests. We spend hours in the good company of massive roots, lazy streams, jagged rock formations, omnipresent dirt and vividly coloured trees. That’s where the inspiration for this design comes from.

This design is our tribute to Czech Cubism, an avant-garde art movement by Czech proponents of Cubism active mostly in Prague from 1912 to 1914.  It was a way to revolt from the typical art scene in the early 1900s in Europe. Prague was the most important centre for Cubism outside Paris before the start of World War I.    Our design was inspired by the Museum of Czech cubism situated in the famous house “At the Black Madonna” and by the “Diamant House”, both in Prague 1.

This design is our tribute to Czech Cubism, an avant-garde art movement by Czech proponents of Cubism active mostly in Prague from 1912 to 1914. It was a way to revolt from the typical art scene in the early 1900s in Europe. Prague was the most important centre for Cubism outside Paris before the start of World War I. Our design was inspired by the Museum of Czech cubism situated in the famous house “At the Black Madonna” and by the “Diamant House”, both in Prague 1.

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