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A couple weeks ago, my spouse Kelli and I moved from the Central District to the Wallingford/U District area. And with the help of nearly 20 amazing friends — old and new — we did it by bike. I have … Continue reading
Colin Stevens is one part of Cycle Fab, a Georgetown-based machine shop that does all kinds of custom metalworking and bicycle stuff. But he made a name for himself as Haulin’ Colin, designing and building high-capacity bike trailers and workhorse … Continue reading
Down a back hallway in the Equinox Studios industrial building in Georgetown lies a very special shop that makes bicycles do more. As featured over the weekend in the Seattle Times, Cyclefab is a partnership between Garth L’Esperance, Colin Stevens … Continue reading
Remember that awesome book bike that Haulin’ Colin built for Seattle Public Library? Here’s a Seattle Channel video of its inaugural journey:
Haulin’ Colin Fabrication and Machine Shop creates and modifies bikes that expand the power and abilities of bicycles in Seattle. From the iconic heavy-duty trailers to an inventive (industry-shaking?) no-weld cycle truck conversion kit and beyond, Haulin’ Colin’s shop is … Continue reading
Well, this weekend marks the official start of the Seattle summer (though pessimistic Seattleites may insist summer starts after July 4). There is no better way to celebrate freedom than by riding a bicycle. Tell your friends they can try … Continue reading
I saw this awesome circular bike (which I later learned is a Conference Bike) during the Seattle Pride parade downtown. It was fairly mesmerizing to watch this thing roll by, and it took me a while to figure out what … Continue reading