all kind of recumbents and velomobiles …
10 years ago I made this simple video with a small camera …. in those days the quality was not too bad Now we are used to such high standards, that this old video is of poor quality when some crazy president decides to use a EMP-bomb …. the bicycles and the velomobiles inContinue reading “old video”
… for keeping stuff organized. All about my cycling will be mentioned at wimharwigcycling . So if you’re only interested in cycling stuff …. change you’re settings 😉
…. by making bicycles of them ! I think it’s the best way to practice Cradle-to-Cradle on a scrapyard. Bicycledbikes.com is trying to set up a project and do it ! When reading te comments beneath the YouTube-video, it is clear that people need a lot more information about the consequences for theContinue reading “upgrading cars …..”
a nice presentation of the third generation of this record-machine. I can’t see how the drive-train is designed, but the fairing is beautiful ….
I liked this short portrait of Stephen Bilenky ….. I don’t mean the culture of bearded old man or the craftsmanship of building bicycle-frames ….. I mean the way this vimeo-portrait was made …. as simple and beautiful as the bicycle frames and with the same sort of craftsmanship. maybe Le Cadre Frameworks will be portrayed thisContinue reading “Bilenky Cycle Works”
Rob had the same experience as I had with the jacket of my bicycle chain lock. But I put a quote of Rob in practice : never travel without Duct tape ! So now the paint on my Bullitt is protected by the Duct tape around the padlock and chain.
My favourite magazines !
Every now and then there is someone who wants to show the difference. And the idea is so simple, that it’s being copied easily. I wonder how many photos were taken with this setup … The first one was taken in the Netherlands, (I think in Amersfoort) for the ENWB. A here is a follow-upContinue reading “bus-car-bicycle-velomobile”
… gives me a sign that I have to renew my tyres. They did 8800 kilometers. and as always I couldn’t have done it without the help from a few drops of Dreft and the approving look of my best friend, Mo.
… I thought I knew too. But after seeing the next video, I learned a lot more 😉 It took Jason Moore seven years to find out what techniques we’re using for a simple bike ride. Suddenly I realize why I like my three-wheeled velomobile so much 😉 Here is a video of his doctoralContinue reading “So you think how to control a bicycle …”
I like everything about this film; the photography, the pronunciation, the scenario, the technique, the old machines, etc,etc.
… doesn’t mean maintenance-free. Six of the spokes in the front-tire of Marjan’s bicycle broke while it was standing unused in our shed. Bad quality, I guess. I renewed them with normal but tougher ones.