These newly manufactered Sögreni bicycles just arrived to Mr. Ari Krichiver and his girlfriend in Colorado, and he was so kind to let us know, they had made the long journey without any accidents or mishaps. We wish you many happy miles of rolling on those beautiful Colorado slopes and mountain roads!
Steve Isaacson sent this picture recently and he writes: “Wanted to share a picture of your famous bike bell from our bike ride today in Skagit Valley Tulip fields in Northwestern Washington State USA. It still rings true!” This looks like the perfect place for a bicycle trip: lots of colour to enjoy and not too many steep hills to climb. Thanks for the nice picture!
Seattle is known for a lot of things: the Space Needle, Starbucks Coffee and the Boeing factories in Renton. And now also for one of the sleekest bicycles in the state of Washington. It belongs to Mr. Mark Williams, who ordered the Sögreni Pedals in aluminium + aluminium a while ago for his Bianchi bicycle. Looks great, thanks for sharing!
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Søren Sögreni recently came back from a prolonged visit to Cuba, the perfect place to escape from harsh Scandinavian winter. Cuba is full of funny, strange and often home-built means of transportation, including bicycles. Enjoy the cute childrens bicycles, the … Continue reading
Mamiko out of Japan wrote us a friendly e-mail with pictures of Sögreni Bells spotted all over Japan. How nice! Thanks a million, and as one can see, a Sögreni Bell fits all bicycles. http://out-man.jp/829/
Constance has been running the fantastic blog Lovely Bicycle since april 2009, and in her own words it is “at times frivolous and self-indulgent, Lovely Bicycle is ultimately about beautiful, functional, and comfortable bicycles – with a focus on the classic and the handmade”. One day a Sögreni bicycle in need of care came into her life, and the story about how to bring it home on the Boston “T” is really worth checking out! Click here to read the article.
When you live in Copenhagen, you might think you already saw everything possible connected to urban bicycle culture – but think again! First: it seems like the locals really have adapted the “you need to attach your bicycle to something to prevent it from being nicked” – I think there are six bicycles on this picture, each and everyone properly locked by a wire or a massive chain to the almost invisible bicycle-parking-thing, kindly provided by the city.
And secondly, if you don’t have enough space in the street to park all of your bicycles, what do you do as a city and you have about 100 kilometres of channels? You simply use a few old barges.
Robert Prince lives in Brooklyn, New York. He sent us this picture of his beloved green Land Shark now enhanced with a Sögreni Brass bell:
Notice the Cat-Eye, the great-looking black Brooks saddle and the small tool bag – this is clearly a bicycle meant to be used.
These are Rob’s words:
“Your bikes are fantastic. When my in-laws were in Copenhagen, I asked them to find me a special bell. They brought back the brass one.”