beSPOKE – Holland Cycles

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An ExoGrid bicycles from Holland Cycles transform what you know about custom bike frames. Hand Crafted precision meets cutting edge technology producing these incredible frames. Holland Cycles

FROM STEEL: The Making of a Soulcraft

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Filmmaker Michael John Evans sets out to visually portray “the zone” which one enters when their craft is honed. Sean Walling, owner of Soulcraft, builds top notch custom steel bicycle frames. This short film documents Sean’s fabrication methods: a well

Shinya Kimura, Chabott Engineering

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A short film about custom motorcycle engineer Shinya Kimura @ Chabott Engineering, directed by Henrik Hansen ( Shot on the Canon 5D and 7D.

Great Wooden Boats

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Great Lakes Boatbuilding Company has been producing small wood boats since 1985. The shop is run by expert boat builder Mike Kiefer who is currently building stock dinghy’s for yachtsmen and Whitehall rowing and sailing boats as day sailers. The boats

Making a Ritte Muur Bicycle

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Some of the build process of the  stainless steel and carbon Muur road frame, by Ritte Cycles.

How a Bicycle is Made (1945)

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The design and manufacture of Raleigh bicycles. Find out more information about this title at

Colnago EPS Bike Frame Construction

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The Art of making bikes – constructing a top of the line carbon framed road bike.

“The Bushmills” by Shwood and Bodega


Shwood joined forces with BUSHMILLS, producers of Irish Whiskey, and Bodega, a Boston boutique store for a unique promotional item. Limited to 100 pieces, the 100 year old White Oak wood used once for the whiskey barrels, now forms the

Experiment No. 3 – Scrap Surf

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Shwood founder Eric Singer teams up with friends to create a unique wooden surfboard. Watch how Singer and company process and shape this functional one-of-a-kind board using reclaimed wood found on the Oregon coast. The construction process was guided by

Edwin Clothing: Japan

· Leave a comment For 35 years, Edwin Japan have worked on improving efficiency, quality, construction and washing methods by studying and engineering machinery used in the denim manufacturing process. It is impossible to improve what one makes without spending the time everyday