On a trip to Liberia in 2011, MiiR’s founder noticed a lack of practical and affordable transportation in the country. In response, the company created a bicycle line to help give bikes to those in need, and has since provided bicycle access to more than 3,000 people around the world. There are several styles for adults, plus one for growing tykes that features an adjustable stem and seatpost.
This rustic wooden console table is topped with an industrial-style iron lamp and striped black-and-white boxes. Contemporary bicycle artwork hangs above the table, adding color and character to the small space.
Darla DeMorrow, a certified professional organizer, used colorful duct tape to create bike parking lanes for kids. Such a simple solution, this gives children an easy, safe and orderly way to store bicycles.
To highlight this homeowner's love of cycling, the corner of living room features a Tour de France poster and hanging rack for the bicycle. A Barcelona chair and ottoman is a simple, comfortable place to relax.
A large triptych of a bicycle seat makes a bold statement in this avid cyclist's living room. A comfortable neutral sectional pairs with a rustic wood coffee table, striped area rug and industrial-style light fixture.
The Grand Rounds Scenic Byway — the nation's longest continuous urban parkway system — runs 52 miles around the city, with bicycle and pedestrian trails weaving past its notable lakes and through its major parks.
Classic materials such as a Carrara marble countertop and white subway tile backsplash mixed with industrial faucets, a glossy dark blue vanity and fun bicycle print give the this bathroom an eclectic feel that's perfect for children.
New York-based realist painter Dina Brodsky paints stunningly small landscapes and cityscapes often inspired by her travels via bicycle. The classically-trained artist features an astounding degree of detail in her works.
A colorful bicycle-inspired painting nods to the homeowners' love of cycling and sets the palette for their refreshing media room. What was once a basic, beige space is enlivened by orange-and-white trellis-print wallpaper, cabinetry and accessories.
The added garage adds visual interest to the home's corner lot, giving the structure personality from every side of the street. In addition to the aesthetic aspect of the construction, the garage gives the home storage for cars, bicycles, kayaks and other summer gear.
This teak outdoor storage shed has enough room for bicycles and lawn and garden tools. Plus, it blends in nicely with wooden fences. Available through Overstock.com, this shed has double doors that make it easy to conceal large items.
A contemporary open floor plan combines kitchen, living and dining spaces. A comfortable sectional pairs with a contemporary Barcelona chair and industrial-style light fixture. The homeowner is an avid cyclist, so a triptych photography of a bicycle seat makes a bold statement on the wall.
A tulip table and four chairs make a stylish dining area on the airy main living floor. The space is a good example of how the home lets practical items (hello, yellow bicycle) mix easily with furniture and artwork for an overall look that's friendly and approachable.
If you’re playing a daily game of Where’s My Phone?, stick a Tile on that sucker and then track its location with the Tile app. Tiles work on other valuables, too, like your laptop, keys, purse, luggage or that bicycle your neighbor keeps borrowing.
Wood cabinets with red undertones add rich color against the bright, white walls of this kitchen. A large island with white granite countertop provides work space and an eat-in bar. Modern bar stools feature long seats with short backrest lip. Red place mats, bicycle wall art and kitchen accessories add a color accent.
This large kitchen island provides counter space for prep and cooking as well as an eat-in area. Red place mats and a red fondue pot bring color to the sunny, white surroundings and tie in the red details in the connected living space. Mounted bicycle wheels are a unique decorative statement.