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  • Bamboo grows abundantly in many parts of the developing world, bamboo is the fastest growing plant on Earth (Certain species have been known to grow over 4 feet in 24 hours)
  • Bamboo can be continuously re-harvested. During regeneration, the roots stay intact so erosion is prevented. Continuous harvesting actually improves the overall health of the plant.
  • There is a long history of working with bamboo in various part of world and there are many People skilled in making a variety of crafts out bamboo
  • Bamboo is very easy to grow in dry climates with little Irrigation.
Bamboo From a bike-riding perspective
  • Ride quality: The plant’s natural fibers perform extremely well in vibration dampening, as well as in stiffness
  • Strength: Bamboo’s tensile strength can exceed that of carbon fiber, aluminum and steel, Bamboo’s compression strength can exceed that of concrete.
  • Uniqueness: If you’re looking for customization, look no further. No two bamboo stalks grow the same, which results in organically and aesthetically unique frames
  • Make a statement: While riding a bike can make a statement in our car-crazed culture, a bamboo bike treads lightly while carrying a big stick!
How does Bamboo compare to:

Steel - Much lighter yet just as strong. Greater tensile strength.

Aluminum - Stronger yet just as light and more cost effective.

Carbon - Just as light and stiff, but no risk of catastrophic failure. On top of all that, bamboo gives you the smoothest ride available due to its natural vibration dampening properties.

On top of all that, bamboo gives you the smoothest ride available due to its natural vibration dampening properties.

Bamboo Micro-Structures

Naturally alternating fiber directions give bamboo its unusual strength.
This is the same design engineers use for carbon fiber bikes!

Bamboo Micro Strcutures
Socially Responsible

Sometimes it seems like doing the right thing and earning a living wage are polar opposites. And it's especially tough for emerging economies.

These days it feels like the industrial revolution has put profits not just ahead of - but instead of - environmental and social common sense.

Our need for cheap beef and lumber is devastating the environment. Bamboo changes things. You don't need to be a big multinational company to start farming bamboo. All you need is dirt, water, and sunlight. You don't even need pesticides, herbicides, or fertilizers.

Harvesting is simple, you don't need complex machinery. Our iron bamboo is harvested by family farmers with simple knives. And there's no work to be done after the harvest: no plowing, no reseeding, no soil reclamation.

With virtually no barriers to entry, no harmful emissions or byproducts, and no complicated infrastructure needs, bamboo is the perfect cash crop for emerging economies.