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  • adiie123

    Yes, the brother of one of my friends works in Bamboocycles. They have a workshop november (Puebla)17th and 16th, and 23th and 24th D.F.:


    - Todo el material necesario para hacer realidad el proyecto.
    - Uso de herramientas necesarias en la fabricación.
    - Asesoría y ayuda personalizada por los expertos de Bamboocycles.

    well you can contact them by facebook too:

  • Jackie Ramirez

    Thank you for sharing, I've been wanting to get a bamboo bike but everyone says that it may not last too long because it may easily break but after watching this it makes me feel more secure. Adiie do you know what company this is? Not sure if I caught the right name, Bamboocycles? I'm going to mexico this weekend so I may come back with one :)

    • adiie123

      yes!!! take pictures! I wish I could get one... in China they have it like very cheap... but they do not last long. They are pretty bad quality...

  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    Beautiful video. I love seeing the process of making this bike. It's hard to not feel like at some point, the bamboo might break. Amazing how hardy the material is.