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New product launch + more updates of this season

It’s been a long time since our last post. Despite this, it has been a joy to see a constant flow of new subscribers – sorry we’ve kept you waiting.

So what’s happen while we’ve been a little less active on the blog..

  1. New product launch on Kickstarter – Bike Hanger Copenhagen series.

    Most important stuff first – we’ve recently launched our latest Bike Hanger on Kickstarter! See and support it here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/820118192/the-bike-hanger-copenhagen-series/
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    t’s been in the works for a while, and we finally got the result we were aiming for. The change goes hand-in-hand with our switch in suppliers, and don’t worry, we’re still producing in Northern Europe 🙂 Now the quality is even higher and instead of chromed metal we use Aisi 304 grade tubing.
    The new Bike Hanger is inspired by white-walled flats of Copenhagen with the light colour pallette, as is the shape ,to go with the taste of bike lovers who are more into modern looks than our original vintage looking Bike Hanger.
  2. Some special work
    We’ve had a couple of cool projects where we’ve made some bike trailers and special sidecars. We can’t talk about the latter too much yet due to the status of the customer’s project. But the hint here is to look our for some green bikes and sidecars in Amsterdam. We’ll share some pictures on our instagram soon. The other custom project we just finished are bike trailer for bike rental company called Donkey Republic. Check them out if you haven’t already – they have an excellent platform for renting bikes when travelling, we’ve used them with my wife in different cities.

    KP Cyclery Bike Trailer
    First prototype of bike trailers for Donkey Republic in the winter setting.
  3. Extra project
    Another one you might be interested to hear about is a personal project where I cut up an old frame I had lying around. So I’m using the rear triangle from it and the fork. The fork has been shortened and disc break mounts have been added. The frame so far still lacks some tubes and disc brake mounts of its own, as paid jobs need to come first – but I’ll get there one day.

    The bike will feature disc brakes, alfine 8-gear hub, 750W motor and 52V 14,6 Ah battey. So it will be fast and able to carry a lot..

    KP Cargo Bike
    KP’s personal cargo bike project

Thanks for tuning in! Hopefully you won’t have to wait so long for the next one.

Love,
KP