Bask in the majesty of these structures made for bikes

You get a reprieve from my natterings today, which has been replaced with a post from The Guardian. It’s basically pictures. But they’re cool pictures. Of cool things. Cool bikey things.

Alright… ummm… these are examples of what can be done when a community really sets their minds to achieving a better life for all of it’s members.

There. Now just go look at the pretty pictures. This is one of them:

Melkwegbridge, Purmerend, Netherlands

Source: The Guardian article above

And here are some others.

Nescio Bridge Source: The botster/Flickr

Nescio Bridge in Amsterdam
Source: The botster/Flickr

Ponte della Musica Source: Roberto Ventre/Flickr

Ponte della Musica (Italy)
Source: Roberto Ventre/Flickr

Nijmegen Cycle Bridge Source: mvantwerpen/Flickr

Nijmegen Cycle Bridge
Source: mvantwerpen/Flickr

De Oversteek

Same bridge in Nijmegen
Source: Roberto Maldeno/Flickr

De Oversteek

Same bridge in Nijmegen
Source: Jeroen van Lieshout/Flickr

De Oversteek

And again… De Oversteek, in Nijmegen
Source: www.nijmegencultuurstad.nl

Nijmegen Bridge

Another Nijmegen Bridge
Source: Metro Centric/Flickr. More info and a video ride-through here

Copenhagen The Snake

Copenhagen’s Snake
Source: www.dac.dk

Shimanami Kaido

The Shimanami Kaido in Japan
Source: http://www.japan-guide.com/e/e3478.html

Anything outside Europe looks a little less impressive, but this is what you get in England…

NYC:

Arkansas, USA:

Big Dam Bridge

Big Dam Bridge
Source: www.arkansasoutside.com