We Went to Taiwan to Make a Bike from the Future (and Actually Did) - The Grim Donut
- 13 janv. 2020
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Bike brands love to throw around "game changing" and "paradigm shifting" with each new release. But evolution is slow and bikes are usually just a few millimetres longer and a touch slacker every product cycle.
We've joked before about extrapolating where mountain bike development *might be* going in the future, but this year we decided to find out for real. We sent Mike Levy to Taiwan with a wild idea, to see if we could get it made.
What happens when a joke becomes reality? You call it the Grim Donut.
Brian Park & Jason Lucas
Produced & Directed by:
Additional Footage by:
Chris Ricci & Max Barron
Mike Levy, Mike Kazimer, Yoann Barelli, Cesar Rojo, Dave Weagle, Calvin Lin
Genio Bikes, Taipei Cycle Show, TAITRA, ASTRO, A-Mega, APRO, Waki Designs, Chris Cocalis at Pivot Cycles, Duncan Riffle at SRAM, Connor Bondlow at e*Thirteen, Sam Richards at OneUp Components, Cody Philips, TRP Brakes, The Aava Whistler Hotel, Nick Morgan at Corsa Cycles, Karl & Radek Burkat
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