FGGT Abow X Manhattan Portage




這禮拜有輕颱來襲,大家要注意安全啊~

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Omnium Cargo Bikes

 
 

總部設在哥本哈根的Omnium Cargo Bikes,專門為貨運自行車而設計的,重點在前方的載貨架可快速調節重量又輕,在簡單的加法編織乳膠內管在上加強了避震效果,讓你不管放上兒童座以或寵物座椅都大可以放心!

另外還有3款不一樣SIZE的載貨架可以挑,有興趣可以去他們官網看看喲~~
GO>>  Omnium Cargo Bikes

Omnium Bikes, based in Copenhagen, makes fast, light cargo bikes. We have three models: the original Omnium Cargo; a long design with a large cargo area, the Omnium Mini which is a ‘Short John’ bike with a smaller cargo rack and the Omnium Mini-Max which is a shorter and even nippier version of the Cargo. You can choose one of our standard builds (see the price list), buy just a frame-set, or order a complete custom bike for collection or Worldwide delivery from our webshop OmniumBikes.tictail.com, one of dealers, or just by email. We are always looking for more dealers, so please get in touch.

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This is so cute!!! 獻給愛狗人士的改裝!!!


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Building bikes by hand in Japan



精彩的影片來看看MR. Nagasawa 長澤先生如何用手工打造大家心目中的Nagasawa吧 !

The cycling industry is increasingly driven by mass production and the latest materials.But some are still building bicycles the old fashioned way.Yoshiaki Nagasawa trained in Italy and says that his bikes are just as strong as they are beautiful even though they are not made of aluminum or carbon fibre.Al Jazeera' Harry Fawcett reports from Osaka. Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe
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FGGT ABOW visited GIRACHA / Osaka, Japan



FGGT ABOW 這次開心的到 日本大阪,當然還是要去 大阪最有名的GIRACHA車店逛逛囉!!

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Stockholm bike shop: Bavabici

Insight: Bavabici
來看看這間在瑞典既溫馨又有趣的小車行"Bavabic", Bavabic就在西蒙娜·巴瓦的公寓理! 車店的主人熱愛單車、攝影還是一位非常稱職的媽媽,他把
兩間臥室的公寓轉換成一個開放式的起居空間,重新定義了Bavabic這間自行車店的理念,在一間臥室/起居室/廚房這樣的基礎之上打造個性化的自行車一個新的概念。  Bavabic 從照片上看起來就好吸引人,希望FGGT有天也能到瑞典去參觀這家店啊~~  VIA

Insight: Bavabici
One of the great reasons to travel is to gain an insight into human interaction. Being a traveling cyclist means that you get to meet other cyclists, who happen to be some of the most interesting people. You’ll most likely wander into some bike shops, too. One of the most interesting and welcoming is Sweden’s Bavabici, which operates in the apartment of Simona Bava.
Insight: Bavabici
Has Bavabici paved the way to a new generation of bike stores?
By guest writer and photographer Matt Leasegang.
 Simona Bava; Cyclist, cat lover, mother and operator of Bavabici – a bike shop run from her small apartment in Stockholm City, Sweden.
Insight: Bavabici
Converted from a two-bedroom apartment into an open floor plan living space, Bavabici has redefined the idea of a bike shop and crafted a new concept of personalized bike builds by doing so in a bedroom/living room/kitchen.
Insight: Bavabici
On first impression, you feel like you’re walking into someone else’s life, into their personal life and that’s the magic; you are. I was greeted with a hug, a big smile and in front of me there were bikes hung on the wall.
Insight: Bavabici
I paced into the room no more than 5 steps before my second greeting came from atop Simona’s bed from her adorable cat. My initial impression was that I was at a home and not at a shop and this is the pivotal point to Simona’s success.
Insight: Bavabici
Born in Italy, Simona took up learning the Swedish language in the 80’s before securing a scholarship, which landed her in Stockholm city. She took up work as a personal trainer and then moved on to working in a large bike shop.
A stint of working for Kona followed, and a range of other suppliers where she finally located her true passion, building bikes. Her idea stems from a simple concept, which is providing quality gear and service to her customers.
Insight: Bavabici
Quite often her customers come to her with a concept of what they want and she helps them to fill in the blanks, building them a completely custom bike from the ground up; a method she feels a lot of the Stockholm stores find is “too hard to deal with”.
Insight: Bavabici
It’s with this attitude that she has crafted a unique place in the market where her clientele don’t just come to her for a bike they come to create something of their own with a personal touch.
Insight: Bavabici
She feels more like a personal shopper than that of a shop owner/operator as she’s pumping her soul into each build and leaving an imprint on each project she undertakes. If you’re in Stockholm and looking for a custom build book an appointment to visit her and get your dream bike underway.
Insight: Bavabici
This simple idea spawns so many questions for the industry and whether little shops will be a viable option for the future or whether massive chains like Wiggle will take charge with an imprinted culture of paying as little as possible whereby the onus is passed onto the consumer.
So we ask you, the reader, “Where do you think the industry is headed and what do you think we will see in the next 5 years?” We’d love to hear your thoughts so leave a comment below!
Insight: Bavabici
Matt Leasegang is a photographer from Brisbane who shoots everything from urban landscapes to redheads. He is also exceptionally good at photographing bicycles. Check out his awesomeportfolio.
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