Resource Revival creates fun, functional products from recycled bicycle parts. Every year, bike shops all over the United States send them tons of tons of greasy used bicycle parts. Then their team of artists tinkers with them until new products are born. They call this Rebicycling!
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The idea for Resource Revival came to Graham Bergh in 1991 when he got a flat tire biking to his recycling job in Portland, Oregon. Today Graham is still actively involved in new product development and customer service, as is Jim Hassert, artist and philosopher, who joined Resource Revival in 2002. All of their products are unique and original designs, and they are all made in Oregon, not mass produced.
Check out this video to learn more about Resource Revival. It was produced by the good folks at New Belgium Brewing company back in 2006. It is a little out of date, but it still provides a great virtual tour of their shop.