Singletrack Magazine Issue 116: Talking Trickstuff

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Team Singletrack caught up with German precision engineering company Trickstuff this summer, in its hidden factory deep in a German housing estate.  Words Hannah and Wil Photography James Vincent We’re not the first to follow the ‘Trickstuff’ signs off the main thoroughfare into the residential side street – others before us have followed them in search of top hats, magic wands, and loaded decks of cards. While those expecting a magic shop may have been disappointed, we will not be – what is contained within this building is every bit as fascinating as any magic show. Surrounded by affluent-looking homes...

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