Go behind the scenes at custom bike boutique – Ubuntu Bikes, where owner Jamie Litt shares how he creates the perfect bicycle for his clients “A paintjob, I can do on any bike in any colour – but the magic is creating a bike someone will love riding every day.”
This August we are launching a series of community engagement and social events – Bike Nite hosted at Truth Cafe explores CPTs Bicycle Culture from pressing advocacy issues to bicycle design and cycling tips. We invite you to join us, come along share your ideas and meet CPT’s bicycle community.
From the drawing board to your bicycle. Discover Cape Town’s hottest bicycle accessory – a unique and customisable alternative to the conventional bicycle grips.
Designed by Nils Hansen of Woodstock Cycleworks this striking fixie celebrates Cape Town’s creative industry and World Design Capital 2014!
Have you ever wished that you could have eyes in the back of your head when cycling on the road? Well, now you can, thanx to a team of engineers from iKubu, in Stellenbosch who have invented a radar-powered device that simply and smartly improves your visibility and awareness of what’s happening behind you – […]
“Historically, streets were human spaces. Let’s design our cities like we design toasters or smartphones, following the desire lines of our citizens.”.
Nothing is Impossible! Imagine a bicycle that is lightweight and strong – a bicycle made mostly out of recycled cardboard, plastic and car tires – a bicycle that only costs $9 to make!
Need some bar end plugs? This DIY solution adds vintage flair to your drop bars and is a great way to up-cycle Champagne corks!
This November we are thrilled announce the opening of our first pop-up bicycle shop – a collaboration between Bicycle Cape Town, Ubuntu Bikes and Camissa Bikes. Located at the Lifestyle centre on Kloof street, BikeStyle will showcase some of the hottest urban bike brands and lifestyle products.
We just found out that Bicycle Cape Town has been selected as a World Design Capital Cape Town 2014 Project! You can now follow us via the hashtag #WDC422.