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Moulton's small-wheeler up for an award

PylonStill prevaricating about whether to ditch the bus for an about-town bicycle? Here's an incentive to help you off the fence: Alex Moulton's classic NS Speed Stainless bike (pictured) is up for a design award for its featherlight weight, gorgeous looks and ability to motor along despite having tiny wheels. Regardless of whether it wins, the nomination by James "cyclone vac" Dyson adds a lot of credibility to this ideal city commuter. It's up against the iPod, Millennium Dome and Jasper Morrison in the New Designers' awards. You can vote here and find an Alex Moulton dealer here. [found via Treehugger]

June 11, 2005 in Design & furniture, Green gadgets, Transport & travel | Permalink


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