Every Projecteer has to have a shed or space or workshop, right? Of course! I’m no different to any other Projecteer, and I include my wife in this category as she’s got her own workshop as well. In fact, both of our workshops are connected by the overall structure of
Just like a YouTube video, but not?
Welcome to my first non-YouTube-video? Whilst this blog is going well with good reader feedback, I’ve been considering complementing it with a YouTube channel, partly because it brings a different energy to what I’m doing and creating, and partly because I’ve been inspired by many of those people already doing
Pioneering MTB cycle design in a shed, and in Hull!
Whilst very early mountain bike design was developing over in Marin County USA, and those pioneers were figuring out how to move from fat-tired Schwinn cruisers onto something a bit more ‘mountain’, something else was going on in a shed, in the UK. East Yorkshire to be precise, and in
Born in a windmill and by the sea; The Punk-Bike
How can an example of the worlds most efficient form of human powered transport (the bicycle) be inspired by two cars, a classic motorcycle design, Easy Rider, The Black Keys, and an iconic bicycle sport category? Well, read on to find out…….. The man that made this Punk bike both
Applying organisation design principles to create your ideal shed or workshop
Organisation design, if practiced well, falls into the category of being an ‘industrial and commercial art’. The man that came up with a really practical model for organisation design was Jay Galbraith, and he came up with the Galbraith STAR model. I don’t know if Mr Galbraith ever built a
DIY Speedway & Flat Track Recipe
For top, festive fun, follow the recipe and methodology below. Ingredients: 1 old bicycle – It must have a frame with a top tube or crossbar, and not a ladies step through style, and without a ‘fixed gear’. 1 roll of duct tape – silver or black. 1 cycling kit
My Perfect bicycle shop
So what do you expect from a really good bike shop? Before you answer, I’m going to tell you about my perfect bike shop. Firstly, location is key. My perfect bike shop would be situated on a crossroads that have traffic lights and which would be on my commute