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Transforming Cars Into Bikes

Yesterday began my official journey back into completely car-free living when I sold my car to my parents. Today I’m celebrating by posting this rad video of a group of makers who transform car parts into bicycles. As the video shows, they use car metals for the frame, turn signals for rear lights, seat covers for saddle covers, a transmission belt for the belt-drive”, etc.

I don’t know the practical logistics for making this happen on a larger scale, but whatever, they seem to have the process down and can turn something bad into good…so let’s just go with that.

Learn more at Bicycledbikes.

About Scott Spitz

Commuting, touring, kid hauling, couriering, mechanic work, sales, advocacy, fixed, free—Scott has had his hands in it all over the years.

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One Comment

  1. Building a Bicycle From Chopped-Up Auto Parts | AutoMarch 1, 2013 at 4:18 am

    [...] (H/t to Scott at Urban Velo.) [...]

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