Resource Revival Recycles Bicycle Parts
These guys create fun, functional products from recycled bicycle parts. Every year, bike shops all over the United States send them tons of tons of greasy used parts. The team of artists tinkers with them until new products are born.
Passionate About Rebicycling Since 1991
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. Having already patched the tube multiple times, Graham decided to see what else he could do with it. By 1994 he was selling a dozen different products made out of inner tubes, from belts to picture frames. Graham is still head of product development, and they are still making all of their products by hand in Oregon.
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