Here’s John Ringham the night he joined dozens of people to pedal Bushwhacker’s bicycle inventory from the old Metro Centre store to the new Junction City building. 239 more words
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It’s obvious that before you display your work at the North American Handmade Bicycle Show you have to build a frame. In the United States, builders have learned their craft on their own, on their own using… 1,249 more words
If you ride a tandem or an old high-wheeler, you know the default comments you’re going to get on just about every ride.
On the former it’s some variation on, “Hey, I don’t think she’s pedaling back there.” (She is; she always is.) And on the latter it’s, “How’s the weather up there?” (Fine, but I’m not sure about the wind direction. 421 more words
I emailed Co-Motion’s Dwan Shepard before the North American Handmade Bicycle Show to ask him what he wanted to accomplish with his display. He wrote, “We’re showing what we actually do every day here: Really nicely made bikes with well-established provenance, purpose, form and craftsmanship.” 623 more words