Nespresso's commitment

300 aluminium capsules were used to produce a part of each bike. This is the idea driving the Velosophy project, as imagined by Jimmy. Here's why the concept of circularity is important to him. This video has been produced in partnership with a brand

23/07/2020 18:46updated: 14/08/2020 08:03
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  • Andy S.
    08/10/2020 14:01


  • Keith M.
    07/10/2020 19:10

    Is he related to Arnie?

  • Garry J.
    07/10/2020 16:20

    Too many bikes and frames thrown away by flytippers. Just get them recycled. Also make it compulsory for cyclists to undertake a road safety course the same as lorry drivers do, yes lorry drivers take the course as part of their competency tests.

  • Steve S.
    07/10/2020 10:17

    300 is not alot. Just sales gimmick

  • Ian C.
    06/10/2020 09:21

    Aluminium capsules what are you on about?

  • Jennifer C.
    05/10/2020 17:23

    I went shopping this morning, bought 10 x 10 kilo bags of coal, 1 x kitchen bin plus 3 bags of food. Wouldn’t all fit on my bike so I had to use a car.

  • Gerald S.
    05/10/2020 09:25

    I was with him all the way until he said that Nespresso is committed to sustainability.

  • Steven D.
    17/09/2020 12:15

    I'd love to cycle but my balance has never been great and I wouldn't feel confident on the roads knowing how many numptys are behind the wheels of multi-tonne death machines and have very little regard for pedestrians and cyclists

  • Anita M.
    17/09/2020 06:41

    I've thought about giving bikes to the girls in Africa many times . As would give them a sense of freedom to n from school and enhance there lifes. Great job.

  • John D.
    16/09/2020 21:36

    €1,290 what a joke, buy a 2nd hand bike €50 - 100

  • Scott M.
    13/09/2020 14:38

    It’s a great start. I hope in the not to distant future all bikes on the road will be 100% recycled material.

  • Jack B.
    13/09/2020 09:09

    Wow he knows how to milk the recycling ...I bet I could make a bike from steel now were do I get steel from I wounder mmmmmm

  • Torry B.
    13/09/2020 04:14

    If you're going to ride a bike at least learn the high way code keep retards off the road en it bruv

  • Clare F.
    12/09/2020 17:32

    I would love one of those bikes and I’d ride of into the sunset with Jimmy if he was free that day / for life 💛 ☺️

  • Arto S.
    12/09/2020 09:57

    Amazing 😉

  • Tim M.
    12/09/2020 00:49

    Fair play.....

  • Alastair H.
    11/09/2020 22:14

    Did anyone else think this was about Brut the Aftershave popular in the 1970s?

  • Archie F.
    11/09/2020 17:08

    Why just a few coffee capsules, why not thousands of aluminium drinks cans etc.?

  • David M.
    11/09/2020 07:47

    Look ,the capsules only went into making the bell. I like the bike donation though.

  • Von S.
    11/09/2020 01:31

    A good looking bike? 🤣

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