Thr Printing Bike Project!

Nick Hand and Robin Mather both have workshops at Centrespace in Bristol. Robin designs and builds bicycles and also teaches at the Bicycle Academy in Frome, Somerset. Nick, a graphic designer and photographer, runs a not-for-profit letterpress print shop that teaches folk how to compose and print. Nick is no stranger to long-distance rides, in 2009 he completed a 6,500-mile ride around the British Isles recording stories of artists and craftspeople along the way for the Slowcoast project.

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Handmade in Taiwan!

Last night was a blast…

not only was Joseph welcomed with open arms, he had a pretty nice sunset and his own Mariachi band!



From the moment Joseph arrived at Golden Saddle Cyclery yesterday, I don’t think he quit smiling. I even took a photo of him at one point with the box housing the new Search and State S2-R jersey(which he carried across the country) in front of his face and he said, “I know you can’t see me, but I can’t stop smiling.”

I personally wanted to say thank you to everyone who came out yesterday and helped us in welcoming Joseph to Los Angeles! I also wanted to say thank you to Joseph’s parents, not only for driving from Arizona to hangout at a bike shop, but for producing a standup-guy like Joseph. In my opinion there was no better candidate for #nyctogsc!

Joseph rode from NYC to GSC in 21 days, averaging about 160 miles a day.

Don’t forget about tonight!


Image from…HERE!

The guys from Search and State have printed hundreds of photos Joseph has taken along the way, from NYC to GSC!

See you guys tonight!