The Bamboo Bicycle Club is partnership between James and Ian, two bike-riding engineers who aim to create a knowledge sharing community for building robust and safe bamboo bicycle frames. We want to transfer the skills and experience we have gained over the last two years – helping those riders who don’t have the time to research materials or test jig set-ups to realise their dream and own a bamboo bicycle which they have built to their chosen geometry.
Let this documentary take you back to TV day in science class. It’s definitely nerdy, but potentially part of a solution to relatively local travel problems. Fast forward to 5:30 for what I suspect is what most bike people think of things like this. I guess this could help bridge the gap between bike and car, but I’d rather not see these on current bike-ped pathways.
Synchronized yoga in the park follow by coffee with handmade chocolates. Things are different in Montreal.
It’s a well shot video, even if it is a nice yet fairly mundane bike build. And a watch advertisement.
The Wolves Kit from Roulant Clothing is available for pre-order until April 22nd, with 5% of purchases going towards the Bicycle Messenger Emergency Fund.
Outside Magazine just put up this pretty funny video of Lance Armstrong instructing you on how to change a tube, self-deprecating remarks included. I still feel dirty looking at him and laughing at his jokes, but it’s worth the couple of minutes out of your work day.
There are a lot of process videos of experienced frame builders welding together their latest creation, but this one shows industrial design students from Sweden working on frames from concept to realization, giving a deeper look into the procedures.
Riding the streets of San Francisco never gets old, and watching videos of gifted riders rip it just makes me long for another visit.