Bicycle Coffee LA at the market roasts and brews as sustainable and good a cup of coffee as can be found in LA. And at $2 a cup for a pour over, it is about half the price of a cup at many of the chain and artisanal places one finds all over LA. They also sell coffee in bulk.
Bicycle Coffee LA is the third outlet for the small business; the original is in Jack London Square in Oakland and a second store is in Tokyo.
We’re teaming with local aerospace and carbon composite experts from private industry and the University of California San Diego. Our goal is to make the world’s first truly comfortable ultra lightweight saddle. For $199, support our project and be the first to own a limited edition of the world’s first truly comfortable ultra lightweight saddle with leaf spring damping. Your contribution will support research into an industry first comfort algorithm so that we can translate the benefits of leather to carbon. It will also support mold design and machining, and the purchase of parts and equipment necessary for production. Most importantly, your contribution supports American industry and will directly create jobs.
This is very interesting…I look forward to giving one of these a go! Is Carbon vegan?
p.s. Selle Anatomica…please take better photos next time.
Shot some photos and a wrote little piece on Humble Frameworks for the Radavist!
A lot of people asked me why I was flying into Chicago for NAHBS this year when the show was another 5 hours away in Louisville, KY. Well… the answer was easy for me. I wanted to get the party started up north and keep it going all the way down south. There were friends to see, hot dogs and pizza to eat, bike shops to visit and dogs to be walked (my dog lives in Chicago). And last but not least I wanted to spend time driving down Interstate-65 through my home state of Indiana with Michael Catano from Humble Frameworks.
Continue reading and checkout more photos…HERE!