04/24/2009 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Music Videos Featuring Bikes: Top 15

I love a good music video and I'm excited for more pleasant bike weather, so what better way to celebrate both than by finding a bunch of good music videos featuring bikes?

I've picked these top five based on a highly scientific consideration of style, music, humor and a secret "x-factor" that I'm not allowed to reveal until the patent clears.

Knowing that, here are my picks for the five best music videos with bikes. I've kept some of the runners-up below -- and let me know if you think I've missed any in the comments OR let me know on Twitter or the HuffPost Green Facebook page.

1. Robin Thicke - When I Get You Alone

2. Bat For Lashes - What's A Girl To Do?

3. Lily Allen - LDN

4. Flobots - Handlebars

5. Fatlip - What's Up Fatlip?


These videos also feature bikes, but aren't quite as cool as those listed above. Again, judging on the video, not the song. I'll basically add anything here that prominently features a bike.

Jill Scott - Golden

The Smiths - Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before

Doomtree - Drumsticks

Firekites - Same Suburb, Different Park

Corinne Bailey Rae - Put Your Records On

Sugarcubes - Motorcrash

Be Your Own Pet - Bicycle Bicycle, You Are My Bicycle

Nada Surf - Whose Authority

Kraftwerk - Tour de France

Queen - Bicycle Race

Or the original, NSFW version of "Bicycle Race" here.

Ray Parker & Helen Terry - One Summer/Day Dueling Bikes from "Quicksilver"

And, even though it's not a music video per se, here is Andrew Bird giving an interview while riding a bike: