Ever seen a mountain bike and been like “yoooooo,” only to find out that you’ll probably never get to own one? Yeah, me too. The first time I saw an Unno bike in the wild, I had that exact reaction. Upon reading more into them, I learned that I’ll probably never be special enough to own one – the handmade frame alone costs nearly $6000, and they only make 50 bikes a year. But that’s ok, a boy can still dream.
The next best thing to owning one might be this video of Unno’s manufacturing process. Every bike is designed and assembled by hand in their Barcelona facility, something that very few bike brands can attest to these days. Ever wonder what it takes to actually create a carbon bike frame? Take a look inside the whole procedure of creating an Unno’s 160mm Burn enduro bike.