Mark Ronson’s “The Bike Song” Gets A Video

Erika Brooks Adickman | September 1, 2010 11:11 am

The visual interpretation for Mark Ronson & The Business INTL’s “The Bike Song” is a bit like the United Nations of music videos—it’s a mix of Japanese and French influences, shot against a British backdrop. Directed by Warren Fu, the vid (which features Kyle Falconer and Spank Rock), also melds eras and visual styles together to create a vibe that manages to feel both ’60s retro and ’80s futuristic. Jump below to check out anthropomorphic bicycles and a shocking (yet super sexy) white hairdo on Ronson—but please, remember to wear a helmet .

“The Bike Song” will be out on Ronson’s upcoming album Record Collection, due out September 28th.

Were you feeling this bike-tastic vid? Or did it feel more like a two wheeler with a flat tire? Comment at us below.