Custom Paint Job. sometime the best way to find where you parked your bike in the huge bike parks is to make it stand out with a custom paint job.
just a happy clown on a bike for today
Easy Rider is an early painting from the series but still a favourite.
There is a busker that rides around Amsterdam with his huge cello on his back.
Little doodle for World Bee Day
You can rent this clog bike in Amsterdam. Don't know why you would. But you can.
Love the design of this A-Frame foldable bike.
Snack Attack is what happens when you don't pay attention to attacks from above while riding hands free on your bike and eating your triple fried fries and ketchup. I actually saw this happen. From my series Bikes of Amsterdam.
Low Riders sit back and go with the flow. Although not sure I would ride a bike like this, as they are hard to spot. Thankfully they are quite a rare sighting.
Fit for a King! I should have posted this yesterday as the 27th April was King's Day in Holland and a huge celebration day for the Dutch. The King and Queen visit a different city each year, but not by bike I'm sure.
Animal's Chopper Ride is a mash-up of some childhood favs. Loved the Muppet Show and always wanted a Chopper bike.
Today the 26th April is Alien Day so happy Alien Day everyone. In space no one can hear you scream but if this was behind me on the bike path you would definitely hear me.
Cool name for a cool bike.
Old school rider. this is one of my earlier bike illustrations.
The Dutch are experts at riding one handed while holding an umbrella or snack in the other hand. Although a good set of rain pants is much safer. From my Bikes of Amsterdam series.
Couples who ride together stay together. Newly weds.
Cute fixie girl in her daisy dukes. From my Nikes of Amsterdam series.
some Star Wars fan art crossover with my Bikes of Amsterdam.
A lot of Dutch families who live in the centre have a bakfiets or cargo bike to transport everyone around. This is an old one that relies on peddle power but thank god for electric motors now. From my series Bikes of Amsterdam.
Love seeing all the ways the Dutch transport their four legged friends around town and this cargo bike is one of my favourites.
I spotted this Frankensteined bike out side a house in Haarlem (small town outside of Amsterdam) and have no idea how you would ride something like this safely but it was gone the next day so imagine someone did. Think you would have to be high in more ways than one to ride this bike. from. my series Bikes of Amsterdam.