Workshop Stories: The Bicycle Academy

Earlier this year I spent a week at The Bicycle Academy having wanted to go there since we first heard of it. Whilst there, Made Good called in to see what goes on and make a really nice film in which Andrew explains what they are all about. That’s me on the right in the photo above and no, Andrew’s not testing how hot the flame is! He’s telling us about the difference in the cone when using propane. Visit Made Good’s Workshop Stories for more or watch the film below. Thanks to Made Good for letting us post the film.

This short film was produced by MadeGood.films. Sound mix by George Hider & Leaf Troup, music written by George Hider. MadeGood provide free advice on bicycle repair. You can also follow MadeGood on twitter – @MadeGoodBikes

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