Artistic Bicycle designs

Jun Takahashi’s ‘Undercover’, an artistic bicycle design dominated by large spiked studs.

Artistic Bicycle for Apple Geeks
This beautiful bicycle design by Jake Foley has An Apple scroll wheel that connects with your iPod Nano, a built-in Laptop hardcase, an integrated Nightlight and a magnetic charger within the wheels that generates energy for your electric gadgets.

Sculptor Josh Hadar creates dynamic, moving works of art such as motorized bicycles in metal and glass.

Neal Fegan’s self-described “custom sculptural velocipedes” incorporate organic influences, from an ominous batlike structure to a tangle of bright yellow curves that calls to mind dolphins and doves.

Jens Eichler crafted one of the most beautiful bikes anyone’s ever seen. Renovatia is made of Beech plywood and is, of all things, a tandem bicycle.

Mathew Zurlinden‘s Legato GT features hubless wheels, Shimano Dura-Ace brakes and an Infina-Gear CVT Transmission

“Bio-Cycle”  a metal sculpture by Jud Turner

Olli Erkkila created this amazing bicycle called ‘Forkless’. Designed this cycle for his graduation project at the Institute of Design in Lahti.

Chris Boardman‘s  futuristic-looking creation boasts a complete carbon fiber body with a built-in locking anti-theft mechanism which can only be activated by the touch of the bike owner’s fingerprints.

Korean designer named Eungi Kim has put together a frame for bicycles that lets you pretend that you’re an equestrian.

Bicycle Wheel Led Light
The Light Sensor only lights up in dark environment and while wheels are spinning. Automatically turns off either when it is too bright or when the wheels stop.


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