Just the important stuff.Read More
Is a custom bike like a custom suit? A little, except more useful and way cooler. Here's a look at some of the best frame builders in the country and what they're up to.Read More
Surely we're in a golden age of bicycle design. Never before has there been so much interest and effort going into designing and making great bicycles. Proof: The Bike Cult Show in Queens.Read More
Pensa and Horse Cycles held their big reveal party for their entry into the Oregon Manifest bike build competition and, well, the bike looks totally badass. Pensa invited me in last week for a pre-reveal viewing and I left really impressed.Read More
The idea is simple: Design the best urban utility bicycle. The. Best.Read More
Months ago when I visited Horse Cycles, Thomas Callahan was in the process of building a cross bike which I figured when it was finished it would be gorgeous, but not this gorgeous.Read More
A few objects of desire for sale now on the web from makers featured on the Hand & Eye.Read More
Back when I went to visit Thomas Callahan at Horse Cycles a few months back, he had just begun working on a collaboration with Urban Outfitters. I wasn’t really sure what to expect, just that Callahan was fabricating a simple bike geared towards urban riding.
What I didn’t know what just how gorgeous it was going to be. Enter the Low Pro Porter.Read More
When Rob Nelson started Mer Bags some fourteen years ago, there was no Facebook, no social media and the web was just sort of picking up steam for small businesses. Now of course things have changed.
I visited Mer Bags headquarters in Brooklyn to see what it takes to establish serious staying power.Read More