Life Cycles (2011).
“funny thing is, the river never that far off. this is a story of a way back in, to the rush of moving forward, born from the earth’s crust, grown from the seed of innovation, forge in the fire of industry. the earth’s most efficient machine creates its most efficient animal, the bicycle, our noblest invention.
it is only taken 200 years of trial and error to get here. 200 years of innovation and invention, of not giving up. complex by design, simple by nature. the bike is nothing more than circles turning circles. it’s the human motor that makes it elegant. but no matter how far the bike has come, no matter how much you can already do, the pushing doesnt stop. you still havent found the edge.”