> 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?

One Gear, One Wheel
Cold Comfort
Don't hurt me!
How Prophylactics are used at Columbia
9th Avenue Trash
The Lost Colony of Bicycles?
Missed Opportunity
Joe's Pizza
Smart Bike, Smart Lock, Dumb Owner
Buckin' Bronco
Bottom of the Heap
Painful separation
Holding on
I Love My Bike
Magenta Raptor Skeleton
Another Pair of Women's Bikes
Where's the Tire?
A Scenic Vista
Two Bikes at the Alamo
Ain't Gonna Make that Train
Tired in Queens
Encased in Snow
Bright colors, abandoned bicycles
Miele mayhem
Not Much Left
Two women's bikes, again
Kid's bicycle on 116th St.
Indoor Bike
Floating wheel
Two women's bicycles
Dead Bikes and the Funeral Home
In a reflective mood on Jones St.
Your time has expired
Houston Street
Pearl Necklace
Swiss Miss
Detail of the Swiss Miss Bike
Hot Pink
Hot Dog Cart
Street Junk
Twisted tire
Expensive Chain, Cheap  tire
Leather seat
Kid's bike
New Cannondale
Gnarled seat
Three Lives and Company
Bottecchia in Union Square
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