“This is the Holy Shit Preacher. We travel around, telling people about the possibilities in recycling their own waste.” Continue reading
“We were working together in the same IT company and he took a year long sabbatical, went to the Solvay Business School and, two days before he defended his end of term paper, he thought, ‘This is not what I want to do’, and he decided to go for a bike project. He came and said he wanted to do this and would I be with him. I said, ‘Yes’. He had a few sketches and then took classes on welding and then went to the UK to build his bike with the same people who worked on the Moulton. Designed in Brussels. First versions built in the UK alongside experts and artisans. And now we have signed with a Belgian company to produce it.”
“You can only get this online right now, but we will open in Brussels soon. This bike was built with my partner’s bare hands. This is a Brussels bike. The prototypes are being built by us. We thought most folding bikes did not address all the problems we identified. We talked about ecology, environment, mobility and so on. The standard bicycle does tackle that. What they do not tackle is fatigue, weather, sweat, security. So we thought we could do something here. And we have come up with an ultra-lightweight, folding, elegant, one piece folding bike. And a model with electric assistance.
“What pleases me about my craft is to work with steel, with the material. It is difficult to explain. I love to start with nothing and come to the final result. What excites me the most is to have a client and to create something that corresponds perfectly with what they want. It is difficult sometime, but for now, so far so good.”
“We drove here from Barcelona and want to visit Brussels, Antwerp, Ghent, Brugges and Ostende. We started to go to Antwerp today, but then the weather turned like this and we came back.” Continue reading
Some small proof that I ride. Sunday Without Cars and we took the chance to take a collective on a long ride through the region. And then a return to the city centre where bicycle mayhem was in full force. Continue reading