Henrik Storland from Recyles – featured in Euroman
Recycles is a company made up of two young men, called Henrik Storland and Claus Hjelm, who started their business on restoring and redesigning old bikes, led by their strong will to recreate the old bikes structure into a modern design, by recycling their usable parts.
In 2012, they opened a workshop on Dybbølsgade 59, where you can find exemplars of very distinct bikes that have been given a brand new design. As part of their philosophy, Recycles are trying to preserve old bicycles frames, which are very robust even after they have been used a lot, and reuse them as much as possible to create new solid, simple and reliable pieces, with very special design, colors and sizes.
The March edition of the Danish magazine Euroman features Henrik Storland from Recycles, with an interview on what Henrik does and knows better: bicycles. He talks a little on bike habits and preferences and gives some insight and advice on bicycle design and quality.
Also featured in the article, there are Lasse Dahl, Kasper Kastoft Nielsen, Klaus Boberg Pedersen and Raphael Solholm. Read the full article and find out more about Henrik Storland on the March issue of Euroman.