Well, here it is: The final result of Paul Brodie’s step-by-step tutorial that we’ve had the pleasure of reading over the last week. Right now it’s located in the Sacramento Convention Center for the North American Handmade Bicycle Show, exhibited… Read more
We’re approaching the last episode in Paul Brodie’s instructional series as he takes us through the steps involved in rebuilding one of the most complicated classic bicycles you’ve seen. By the time you read this, the North American Handmade Bicycle… Read more »
If you’re fortunate enough to make it along to the North American Handmade Bicycle Show in Sacramento this weekend, make sure you stop by the University of The Fraser Valley’s booth. On display will be the 1888 Whippet full-suspension bicycle… Read more »
The North American Handmade Bicycle Show is just around the corner, a true highlight of the year for the builders, suppliers and riders. The pressure has been on to complete booths, products and projects, so the weekend of the 2nd… Read more »
Paul Brodie has taken us on a step-by-step lesson in how to build a full-suspension 1888 Whippet over the last week, and it’s proved to be very popular. If you take a look at the drawing that Paul has used… Read more »
Paul Brodie has been taking us through, over the last week, the steps involved with recreating an 1888 full suspension Whippet bicycle. Paul is a master framebuilder who has been part of the Canadian MTB scene since 1985.
Paul Brodie talks us through the third episode in this series, fabricating an exact reproduction of an 1888 Whippet full-suspension bicycle. You’ll be able to view the amazing result at the 2012 North American handmade Bicycle Show.