Month: March 2011

Bicycle Components

Yes components, nuts and bolts, bits and pieces are a bit ho-hum. But this is what Taipei Cycle is more or less all about: the increasingly complex Taiwan – China – Taiwan supply chain that makes mid- to high-end bicycles possible. You’ll find agents of  well-known and no so well-known brands moving about, checking, comparing, …

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Innovative Products Competition Revisited: Taipei International Cycle Show 2011

There’s been a few more photo additions to the post on the IBDC Excellent and Merit award winners re Bihandy since the original post was published. This will give some more context on how it is supposed to work. In a post before the show I previewed a range of award winners from each of …

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Aria by Marco Mainardi – Somerset by Chen-Wei Chang & Chai-Chi Chang: Taipei International Cycle Show

Today’s post continues this initial post from the first day of the show. Marco Mainardi’s Aria is certainly interesting. Whether it’s a winner though, depends on your perspective. This is the scale model that was on display outlining the fundamentals of the original concept. There have been compromises in the translation to a working prototype, however, …

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