Ask us anything! We will upload a video answering your questions to Vimeo and/or YouTube and link it via social media and our website.… Read More #AskWalnut – We Answer Your Questions on Video
When we were filming the installation video for our new bar wrap, the Coil Leather Bar Wraps, earlier this year, we realized the exact same bikes from our previous videos were all together in one place, after 6 or 7 years! How did the leather hold up? … Read More Bicycle Reunion! The bar wraps from our installation videos meet again – how did they hold up?
Please explain how you tighten or lock the the initial stitch in the city grips. It seems in the YouTube instructional video the the first stitch still has thread hanging off by the time you finished with the surgeon’s knot. Thanks, Donald In the video, I use one needle, and one length of thread. This… Read More Tying off the sew-on bicycle city grips
http://ift.tt/1aeKoyz Celebrating 5 years by introducing 5 new products with our 5 favorite high fives. In our first installment, we’re introducing Walnut Studiolo’s new leather drawer handle collection with The Low Five, part of Walnut’s Gimme 5! anniversary campaign. Go to our Gimme 5! campaign page to learn how you can win prizes and more:… Read More New Video! – Gimme 5! The Low Five
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Yv9_KyigUU How to install Walnut Studiolo’s leather sew-on portage strap, which eases carrying your bike on your shoulder. Inspired by cyclocross racers, the portage strap also protects the top tube finish. The portage strap is available for sale at walnutstudiolo.com. Special thanks to Michael Ward Media for the video! http://www.michaelwardmedia.com
How to install Walnut Studiolo’s seat barrel bag onto your bike saddle. Inspired by the St. Bernard whiskey barrels, the seat barrel bag is a stylish and practical addition to your bicycle storage. Seat barrel bag available for sale at walnutstudiolo.com. Special thanks to Michael Ward Media for the video! http://www.michaelwardmedia.com
Walnut Studiolo’s “Little Lifter” – the Bicycle Frame Handle – was launched on Kickstarter in July 2012. Here’s a little video introduction to us and this handy dandy bicycle carrying handle.