U.P.P.E.R. introduction video

Gerard Vroomen - 10-Mar-2017
Funny thing happened with Andy's UPDATE earlier this week. Normally plenty people comment under the blog, this time round a ton of people are replying to the email notification with a personal message just to Andy and me, rather than commenting publicly. So it seems this part of our philosophy connects with some of you very personally, not "publicly". I really like that.

Anyway, the reason I started this update is that our resident video/photo guy Marc has a new toy, a drone. So Andy, Marc and I went to Siberia last week to shoot a little video with the drone. OK, it was just outside of Basel, but it might as well have been. Especially after I fell off my U.P.P.E.R. face-first into the water. (Un)fortunately, the drone missed that bit of magic.

Marc did manage to catch another crash by yours truly, but that one was high and dry.


Anyway, hope you enjoy the video, and we should have another one (this time of the CrossFondue) next week.

Comments & Questions

OPEN
Sweet! Looks like you guys had lots of fun!
Post #1 of 8. Posted by R.C on 10-Mar-2017 08:21:40 GMT in reply to blog [0<--1589]
OPEN
That video looks great. Very cool.
Post #2 of 8. Posted by CAM on 10-Mar-2017 08:28:11 GMT in reply to blog [0<--1590]
OPEN
Thanks!
Post #3 of 8. Posted by Gerard Vroomen on 10-Mar-2017 12:12:32 GMT in reply to blog [0<--1591]
OPEN
Is that a white upper I see in the video? Is white going to be an option?
Post #4 of 8. Posted by Tim Bramer on 10-Mar-2017 14:01:49 GMT in reply to blog [0<--1594]
OPEN
Nope, that's a grey UPPER.
Post #5 of 8. Posted by Gerard Vroomen on 10-Mar-2017 22:02:13 GMT in reply to post #4 [1594<--1595]
OPEN
Kudos to Marc! Great handling skills on the bike while taking pictures!!! :-)
Post #6 of 8. Posted by Luka on 11-Mar-2017 10:30:05 GMT in reply to blog [0<--1597]
OPEN
Can the UPPER support the same tire size range as the UP?
Post #7 of 8. Posted by Matthew on 12-Mar-2017 09:55:53 GMT in reply to blog [0<--1598]
OPEN
Yes, the entire shape of the frame is the same.
Post #8 of 8. Posted by Gerard Vroomen on 13-Mar-2017 10:31:04 GMT in reply to post #7 [1598<--1599]
Content
From:
To: