Manuel Castillo

Manuel Castillo

Manuel is BikeTips’ urban cycling aficionado. Based in Buenos Aires, he weaves his love for sustainable transportation into his cycling writing. When he’s not writing for cycling publications or watching the Tour de France, you’ll find him exploring the city on one of his vintage steel racing bikes.

Manuel’s latest articles:

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Art in Motion: 16 Legendary Paintings With Bicycles

The bicycle is an object of timeless fascination. Join us on a journey through history and creativity, as we unveil the enchanting world of legendary paintings with bicycles.

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The 40 Funniest And Punniest Bike Names (+ Peloton Bike Names)

Bicycles have always been more than just a mode of transportation; they’re an extension of our personalities and a canvas for our creativity. Today, we’re diving head-first into the quirky and charming universe of funny bike names.

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The 32 Best (And Worst) Bike Jokes

Get ready to pedal through a wheelie good time as we gear up for a hilarious ride through the good, the bad, and the ugly of bike jokes!

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Pedal Ink: 24 Inspiring Cycling Tattoos For Bike Fanatics

The best cycling tattoos don’t need a meaning. As long as you like it, it’s a win. What matters is picking your tattoo artist wisely. Because meaning with a lack of proper execution leads nowhere.

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Wits on Wheels: 34 Funny Quotes on Cycling

So, you’ve come looking for funny quotes on cycling. Clever, relatable, silly. From personal experiences and dad jokes to the absurdities that every cyclist faces. More than actual quotes, we’re all about the reinvention of phrases you can either quote or reframe to match whatever you need.

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“Two Wheels, One Playlist”: The 19 Greatest Songs About Bicycles

The best songs about bicycles have a two-wheeler – if not as a main character – as part of the story. From the late 70s to the second decade of the 2000s, there’s rock, pop, hip-hop, and electronica to match your taste. Whatever the mood, indie folk in the city, or chill-hop in the mountains, cycling music will get you in the zone.