Brought to you by Swobo and Bicycle Times. Movers and Makers is a series of interviews and short videos about people that inspire us in the bicycle industry. Builders, bakers, artists, makers–people that are doing cool things and motivate us on a daily basis. See previous episodes here.Tweet Print
This is My Opus is a five-part video series from Opus Bicycles that examines bike riders and the forces that drive them. It explores their varied lifestyles and offers intimate insights into the complex role cycling plays in their lives. The Commuter, the first installment in the series, profiles cyclists in their day-to-day urban environment.Tweet Print
I really enjoyed this quick illustrated film of the history of bicycle design. Have you ridden any of these?Tweet Print
Fairdale Bikes has a unique and, um… brave R&D department. Here are a few models that didn’t quite make it to production.
Between a bike, a packraft and a lot of climbing rope, where CAN’T you go?
Via Republic of DoomTweet Print
Kona’s longtime bike designer Dr Dew returns to his starring role in the Dew Files. This time, we follow the wise and effervescent Doug Lafavor as he commutes to work through the bustling streets of Vancouver, British Columbia. Jump on for the ride!
A bicycle chain might not look like much but it’s actually a pretty high-tech piece of engineering. I love seeing all these special machines that test the chain before it’s packaged.Tweet Print
The Arrowhead Ultra 135, the coldest bike race in the Lower 48, begins one week from today in International Falls, Minnesota. Traversing the 135-mile Arrowhead Trail, it promises promises near-Arctic conditions and nearly always delivers. To finish, let alone win, is a triumph of man and machine over nature. Salsa Cycles‘ Mike “Kid” Riemer has put together this wonderful tribute to an event that is close to his heart.Tweet Print
To celebrate the beauty and spirit of bicycle travel, the Adventure Cycling Association invites you to submit your best bicycle-touring videos to the second annual Bicycle Travel Video Contest on Vimeo. Submissions are welcome from now through June 30.Tweet Print