Despite appearances, this is not actually a bike. It’s piece by an artist named Daniel Bragin, who was born in Moscow but lives and works in London and Amsterdam. The correct title of the work is ‘Proposal for Russian Olympic Cycling Team 1992′, a statement about the New, emerging Russia.

Despite appearances, this is not actually a bike. It’s piece by an artist named Daniel Bragin, who was born in Moscow but lives and works in London and Amsterdam. The correct title of the work is ‘Proposal for Russian Olympic Cycling Team 1992′, a statement about the New, emerging Russia.

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Olympics 2012, five unofficial awesome posters by Alan Clarke: Cycling. http://www.alanclarkegraphics.com/

Olympics 2012: Five Unofficial, Awesome Posters

Olympics 2012, five unofficial awesome posters by Alan Clarke: Cycling. http://www.alanclarkegraphics.com/

Olympic cycling champion Joanna Rowsell Shand looks at why there is still a gap in the amount men and women receive in prize money.

Women's Sport Week: Why do women get paid less in prize money?

Olympic cycling champion Joanna Rowsell Shand looks at why there is still a gap in the amount men and women receive in prize money.

Cross Country MTB A Long Career and Two Olympic Cycles with Geoff Kabush

Cross Country MTB, A Long Career and Two Olympic Cycles with Geoff Kabush

Cross Country MTB A Long Career and Two Olympic Cycles with Geoff Kabush

Despite appearances, this is not actually a bike. It’s piece by an artist named Daniel Bragin, who was born in Moscow but lives and works in London and Amsterdam. The correct title of the work is ‘Proposal for Russian Olympic Cycling Team 1992′, a statement about the New, emerging Russia.

Despite appearances, this is not actually a bike. It’s piece by an artist named Daniel Bragin, who was born in Moscow but lives and works in London and Amsterdam. The correct title of the work is ‘Proposal for Russian Olympic Cycling Team 1992′, a statement about the New, emerging Russia.

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