I came across an article by chance, on a cycling website. The original article was printed in a French newspaper. Then copied and uploaded to be on-line by notanothercyclingforum.net. I think the article is very well written and should be preserved and shared, hence I’ve made a “local” copy on BikeGremlin as well. I generally … Read moreWhy cars are not sustainable?
Updated: 02/04/2019. This post explains some basic “rules” for posting questions and/or comments on the website (same goes for the BikeGremlin Youtube, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter channels). 1. How to post a question? To post a question/comment, it is first necessary to register, or log in if an account has already been registered. Also, even … Read morePosting questions, or comments
Updated: 08/11/2018. This fortnightly post will not deal with cycling riding technique or mechanics. It is time to say thanks to all the people that have, and still are helping to make and keep this site, as well as the whole Bike Gremlin “story” become and remain what it is – a place with good … Read moreA thank you note for donations and help
Updated: 08/11/2018. Theory is when everything is known, but nothing works. Practice is when everything works, but no one knows why. In Bike Gremlin garage, we combine theory and practice: nothing works and no one knows why! 🙂 This post gives my personal opinion on theory and practice in terms of (bicycle) mechanics and engineering. … Read moreTheory vs practice
Updated: 08/11/2018. A colleague asked me to find her a road bicycle for up to around 200 euros. Since small sized frame 2nd hand bikes offer was very poor, it was decided to find a frame and components and assemble a nice fast bike. 🙂 1. Sourcing parts and preparations Suitable frame was found. … Read moreWhite arrow – vintage road bike project