Tag Archives: history
Harry Sword explains how to make homemade cider and points out the various pitfalls.
Graeme Obree discusses the UCI, bike regulations and what it means for manufacturers.
Humans Invent makes a trip to the gloriously eccentric Bicycle Workshop in West London.
Humans Invent looks at the rise of Christiania bikes around the world.
Jack Thurston explains how cycle touring shaped the Tour de France.
Replace your handlebars with Helios Bars to turn your two-wheeler into a safe, intelligent bike.
Inventor Izhar Gafni has created a bicycle made from cardboard.
This is a machine that can grow gadgets. This is Sharp’s super-cooled MBE machine.
Humans Invent talks to the men who chromed David Bowie’s Mini about the process of their fading craft.
English shoemaker Tim Little explains the secrets to making a good pair of English shoes.
Humans Invent talks to Obree about his fascination with dirigibles.
The Latvian toolmakers putting two fingers up to modern manufacturing.
We explore miniature robotics and ask why scientists are engineering robotic bees.
The story of how a traditional craft has created a new technology to save lives on the NHS.
Humans Invent talks to the man making maps based on how we mentally visualise cities.
The story behind building the world’s largest wind turbine blade.
Humans Invent gets an insight into the Frugal Digital project.
Humans Invent speaks to Arcola Energy about the zero-emission fuel cells.