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Bikestand Made of Recycled Tires Recycled Rubber Upcycled Bicycle Parts

Old tires reused into bike stand! Ingenious!

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Mary B
Mary B

Now that just makes sense.

Leisa Demostene via Facebook

Love it. It just looks like right- like it makes sense somehow.

Lisandrea Wentland via Facebook
Lisandrea Wentland via Facebook

LOVE IT!!

Soder via Facebook

Génial!

Stephanie Stong Alekna via Facebook
Stephanie Stong Alekna via Facebook

cool idea!!!

Ajit
Ajit

Nice, but how does one secure the bikes? Also, are the tyres planted to the ground?

Jui
Jui

they are burried.

Helen Coughlan via Facebook
Helen Coughlan via Facebook

That is very cool !

Frauke Lühning via Facebook
Frauke Lühning via Facebook

great idea, and wouldn’t damage your wheel

Pavel Snepke Lacko via Facebook

Czechoslovakei standart from 70´ and 80´ :-)

Angie Mc via Facebook
Angie Mc via Facebook

Hammy Hamilton thought you’d appreciate this

Vani Angel via Facebook

simple and intelligent!

Ian farmer
Ian farmer

Yes, but …. how do you lock up your bike?

Amy
Amy

Just put the bike chain/cord through the tire opening

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This is one penny farthing you won't see in a museum.
The monster bike took three months to build and is made from steel tubes, bicycle parts and a tractor tyre.
It is the brainchild of Wouter van den Bosch, a Dutch art student and former mechanical engineer, who made the 450kg colossus from parts donated to him from friends and a tractor company. 

Pictured: The amazing Penny Farthing with Wouter van den Bosch behind the handlebars.

Pic: Wouter van den Bosch/solent

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