I’ve already posted a video of the United Bicycle Institute, but thought that they deserved another because they’re super cool, and lets face it, UBI is something for TBA to aspire to. This Timelapse shows what a hive of activity a frame building school can be… we can’t wait!
This week you’ll have enough time to drink a full mug of tea as Dave Wages builds a frame from Reynolds 953, True Temper S3 and Dedacciai tubing to be displayed unpainted at the 2011 North American Hand Made Bicycle Show in Austin, Texas.
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Friday means video time: this is a short documentary (by Austin Van Campen) about the United Bicycle Institute in Ashland, Oregon, where they teach people how to build bike frames and repair bicycles. Basically it’s like a version of The Bicycle Academy on steroids, really very inspiring. $2500 per course place mind (!)
It’s Friday which means that it’s time for the #VendrediVideo… This ace short by Sara Kinney allows you to spend some time hanging out with Seth Rosko and Johnny Coast at their frame building shop… I love how much they love what they do, and also the fact that they clearly all work together, as [...]
Every Friday I’ll try and post a video of something special, something that’s worth taking a moment to watch with a cup of tea and no interruption. This stunning short film (by Michael John Evans) shows Sean Walling, owner of Soulcraft, building one of his top notch custom steel bicycle frames. It’s a joy to [...]