jschumacher.typepad.com > Abandoned Bicycles of New York

New York has a lot of abandoned bicycles. I don't know why. Do people forget the combinations or keys to their locks? Do they forget they had a bike? Most of the bikes pictured here are pretty cheap bikes. Some of the bikes appear to have been abandoned long ago. Consider this ever-growing photo album a way to remember those forgotten bicycles. Click on a picture to see a larger photo. Bicycle and non-bicycle goodness can be found on the main blog, What About the Plastic Animals?

Five and Dime
Prophylactic
Shadow
Snow Bike 2007
Free Spirit with Vomit
Sleepy Schwinn
At Carhenge
Tall Bike
Afterlife in Chalk
Reaching Nadir at Gair
Cherry Tavern
Shredded
Peugeot Uncontained
Mean Green Machine
Head On
Spokes and Nut
You = Love
No Bikes
En Pointe
Manhattan Bridge
Route 66
Scratches
Locked and Lonely
Totally Trashed Out
Rivington Street Crunch
Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine
They Say the Neon Lights are Bright on Broadway
Motobecane
Another Bicycle Graveyard
126th Bicycle Graveyard, part 3
126th Bicycle Graveyard, part 2
126th Bicycle Graveyard, part 1
Neckface Was Here
Bronzed Beauty
Levitation
Duracycle
Broken Spirit
Bicycle with Art
Christo's Bike Detail
Christo's Bike
Caution Bike
Clam Wheel
Evidence for Evolution
Unspoked Horror
Growing Spring Street Tire Collection
Spring Street Tire Collection
Not Blessed
No Pho
Not a Good Path
In Geosciences
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