Energy Bike by Gabriel Comym
Moving to one of the most bicycle-friendly cities in the world has had a profound effect on Brazilian designer Gabriel Comym, who produced this vibrant poster for us.
“Living in Amsterdam opened a new door of consciousness for me regarding the use of bikes as the main form of transport and how it affects our everyday life in different aspects, from practical and organisational levels to physical ones; the well-being and the joy of cycling everyday by the canals. No pollution, no traffic jams, no rush. The feeling that you are helping the planet and contributing with the purest fuel you have: your own energy.”
Cycling to work every day rather than driving saves 124 gallons of petrol a year and 1.3 tonnes of CO2 – and that’s just the pollutants from fuel use alone (based on a 10-mile round trip in a midsize car for 5 days a week)
Learn the rules of the road for urban commutes on two wheels.