We’re often asked to create bespoke building courses in order to meet more specific, or potentially complex, bicycle designs and we enjoy the challenge. Whether it’s a Talldax (tall bike for doing Audax events) or a folding commuter bike we are happy to work with our students to reach specific outcomes. We worked with Unido and the R&D Centre for Bicycles and Sewing Machines to create a two week program of teaching and learning that would allow the participants to engage with a range of design processes and frame building techniques.
The story doesn’t end here though, as with all Bicycle Academy graduates we will now provide ongoing support that will allow the students to develop their knowledge of bicycle making and to refine their expertise in relation to bicycle frame design. We really enjoyed meeting and working with The Research and Development team for Bicycles and Sewing Machines and we can’t wait to work with them further in the future. Massive thanks to UNIDO and everybody else that helped to make this project a really positive opportunity for all involved.