18 November 2009

ANT in its native habitat

One thing I've learned in my time hunting wild bikes in Boston: If you see a bike in Boston that looks elegantly at peace in the surroundings, approach stealthily and it's likely to turn out to be an ANT.

Here's an example spotted near the John Hancock buildings.

full bike ANT


full bike


front rack bike


rear view of bike


lights and front rack

8 comments:

Peter Davis said...

Posts like this keep me coming back to this blog. I just love the combination of your sense of style and the world of bicycling. It doesn't hurt that I'm biking in and around Boston too, but that's only a small part of the appeal of your posts.

inkandpen said...

Such a beautiful bike!

townandcountrybiker said...

I really like those creme colored schwalbes. When I need tires next-- I am stepping up!

Astroluc said...

lovely!

but poorly locked! :/

dreamlet said...

Gosh that is gorgeous! I love the way the wheels are brown and match the rear rack and front rack.

MamaVee said...

humuna humuna humuna!

Dottie said...

Oooh, nice find. I'm still waiting to see an ANT in the wild.

Maria Boustead said...

Okay, I found a bike to save up for.