Sometimes bikes leave me wondering who they belong to. Like this one:
Ever had a similar experience? I find it really fun to look at bikes and imagine what kind of people are riding them :).
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I would have guessed a strong, handsome, big hearted guy. He's got the double top bar, too, so he must be pretty self-sufficient. Or not so car-dependent.
I see the tower in the background, but forget it's name. It's not something like a garbage burner or something, is it? Wasn't it designed by that crazy architect? I forget his name, too. I see a nice picture there.
I wish I could've gotten a better look at his outfit because I guessed that he was bit of a dandy. His bike has such a big, luxurious bell and a large light with chic, silver casing and a front rack that he probably bought separately as well (that also happens to match his bike). I like a man that can coordinate his bike accessories, but I don't think his bike lock looks formidable enough. I wonder if he bought the lock for its style or if he just ran out of money after buying the other things (or maybe some nice things for himself).
@ spiderleggreen: Yeah, that's the waste incineration plant designed by Hundertwasser at U4/U6 Spittelau. Quite nice to have something like that in the middle of the town.
@ bronze bombshell: Interesting observations, I also noticed the huge silver bell (very cool). Unfortunately I couldn't get any closer and didn't see him from them front, but the more mysterious the better :).
So far, the only cyclist whom I've met after wondering "Whose bike is that?" was my neighbor. She has a cheerful turquois 3-speed with 2 bells and handlebar streamers, and it was one of the first bikes that drew my attention when I became interested in bicycles. I have seen plenty of beautiful bicycles since, but have never met their owners.
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