A Laboratory in Japan

Timbuk2 Laboratory by Sarika Toriumi on Houyhnhnm

On National Bike To Work Day last month (May 16, 2014), our friends in Japan published a beautifully illustrated guide to the history of Timbuk2 on the fashion, lifestyle and culture mecca blog Houyhnhnm. Tokyo/Paris based artist Sarika Toriumi was called upon to bring some of our most timeless archive images to life through illustrations. If/when we [...]

If This Bag Could Talk


Timbuk2 founder, Rob Honeycutt recently shared this great dig with us. Rob explained, “An old friend of mine just sent me this photo of his bag that he got from me back in ~1990. The label in the middle is for a messenger service in London that I sold bags to called Wings.” Oh if [...]

Rob Honeycutt Visits T2HQ

Yesterday we spent a couple hours with Timbuk2′s founder Rob Honeycutt. Most of the team had never met Rob so it was a major treat to meet him and hear about the early days of Timbuk2. He told stories of 36 hour sewing sessions, shrinking fabric, manufacturing bliss, tornado disasters and bike adventures. We loved [...]