The cycling industry is increasingly driven by mass production and the latest materials.But some are still building bicycles the old fashioned way.Yoshiaki Nagasawa trained in Italy and says that his bikes are just as strong as they are beautiful even though they are not made of aluminum or carbon fibre.Al Jazeera’ Harry Fawcett reports from Osaka.
I wanted to share this video, but if you’re here in the US you will not be able to watch it. Elsewhere in the world, it’s a possibility, depending on where you live. Anyone know how to get videos like this unrestricted in certain countries? I’d really love to watch this video.
Finally made it over to the Bicycle Coffee LA for “Free Coffee Friday”!
Andy and I chatted about mutual friends, track bikes, watched unreleased videos(so good), and drank coffee. Probably could not have asked for better morning. If you’re in LA I’d suggest stopping in to say hello. Andy and Kellen are partying down there in East Hollywood. So stoked they’ve made their way to Los Angeles.
After the Darien Gap post yesterday, I got stuck in a Ian Hibell internet black hole!
Black hole makes it sound like a bad thing, time suck yes, but not a bad thing. I would have never found this amazing photo-set and write up from Ian about Laura if I had not gone down, down, down!