Discovery Channel’s “How It’s Made” to Feature Panda Bicycles

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“How It’s Made” featuring Panda Bicycles will be airing on June 7th at 9pm EST on the Discovery Science channel
Viewing party will be held at Road 34 in Fort Collins starting at 6:30pm

How It’s Made News:
Panda Bicycles will be featured in an episode of “How It’s Made” on the Discovery Science Channel. It will be airing on June 7th at 9pm eastern time in the United States and will be shown in a total of 116 countries worldwide.

This is a great opportunity for those in the United States as well as around the world to see what we have kept a secret up until this point, how our bikes come together in the patent pending joint design as well as our meticulous attention to detail that goes into every bike.

Panda Bicycles has done extensive research development, design and engineering on our proprietary joint design and manufacturing process, making Panda the only frame builder in the world able to offer a bamboo frame with its level of durability, longevity, and ride feel. Panda Bicycles have been tested to far exceed ASTM standards at Colorado State University and Micobac Laboratories in Boulder, Colorado. The robust theoretical modeling and rigorous testing has allowed Panda to bring you a superb blend of modern cycling technology and natural composite materials.

Each of our one-of-a-kind frames is passionately hand crafted by a skilled builder. We hand select and inspect all of our raw materials to ensure that we are building each bike with only the highest quality material. Because of the extreme attention to detail and the rigorous quality standards we have in place, many Panda owners see their bike as an heirloom piece to be enjoyed for a lifetime.

Ride The Rockies 2012:
In other Panda news, we will be a sponsor for The Denver Posts Ride the Rockies 2012which starts Sunday June 10th. Back again this year to be our “Green Rider” is Josh Carnes, who will be participating in all of the stages of the ride as well as selecting the daily winner of the Panda green jersey. Each day a limited edition green jersey will be awarded to a cyclist that the “Green Rider” catches supporting Ride The Rockies’ Tread Lightly initiatives. A jersey will be awarded daily at 5:00 p.m. at the entertainment site. Do your part to offset your personal travel to Ride The Rockies and on your other summer trips!

As seen in Vogue:
Along with being featured on “How It’s Made”, Panda Bicycles was also recently featured on Vogue on-line as one of the “Top 10 Most Wanted Eco Fashions”. In honor of Earth Day, Vogue singled out ten, totally stylish eco-friendly pieces—for everything from your closet to your home—that will make a big impact in your life while leaving only a small one on the planet. We made the list of their top ten most wanted with our beautiful blue city bike. We build extraordinary bikes for extraordinary people, add this bike to your spring and summer wardrobe and you will be sure to turn some heads!

For more information and up to date news follow us on facebook or check out or website at www.pandabicycles.com! We are always posting new photos of our latest builds and the happenings around the shop and in town. As always, if you are ever in the neighborhood you are more than welcome to stop by and say hello and see the space where everything comes together and pick up a that new T-shirt you have been wanting!

Source: Panda Bicycles


About the author: Gregg Kato

Gregg Kato studied journalism and broadcasting in college while working many different jobs including deejaying, driving a forklift and building web sites (not all at the same time). Kato enjoys riding local Santa Cruz trails. Besides being an avid mountain biker, he is also a motorcycle fanatic. Two wheels, one Passion.



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  • don vitale says:

    the Maserati show was excellent. however, the ending was a dismal failure. there was this beautiful new Maserati which blurred and then disappeared as did the narrator’s voice in mid sentence. I really wanted to hear what he was trying to tell me. this is the second episode of dream cars that has ended this way. I believe that you need a new editor. please respond: was it your fault or Verizon’s?

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