Yeah, right..This is the only bamboo bicycle in the world right now and can be ridden normally.
Global Times | September 13, 2011 03:07
By Pang Qi
From Ferrari to Lamborghini, bicycles now manufactured by some of the world’s first-class automakers are gradually gaining in popularity as industry experts have predicted a return to the bicycle since cars have experienced booming development in recent years.
During the 21st China and International Bicycle and Motor Fair in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province this May, UCC bicycles, which are made in Taiwan, sold out even though they cost 50,000 yuan ($7,730) each, according to the Beijing magazine Oriental Outlook.
Biene wrote:Actually, now that I think of it, why aren't there more of these? Where can I buy one?
spinningmagnets wrote:From "Driftwood Cruisers", they also make several other frame styles. This cruiser is exactly why I started this thread, to collect ideas on how to make a custom frame without welding / brazing, using common tools. Even if the cruiser style isn't your cup of tea, wood / bamboo means every option is available to any garage enthusiast.
1JohnFoster wrote:It's easy to make a monster this way, but hard to make without texture: hard to make a form the male psyche would accept as a "beautiful vehicle to transport me".
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