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Old 03-12-14, 09:30 PM   #1
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Lugs like no other? Wooden bikes?

Obviously pretty far out there, but this is just one example of this guy's work:
http://2014.handmadebicycleshow.com/...tor/backwoods/





He's a new exhibitor at the NAHBS, as is the gorgeous wood bike linked here:
Connor Wood Bicycles -- Wood bikes from Denver Colorado. | Connor wood bikes handbuilt in Denver Colorado. Bicycles like the woody 29er scorcher made from steam bent, kevlar reinforced ash wood. A great wood bike!

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Here's a video showing the strength of the wood (kevlar reinforced) handlebars:
Wood Bicycle Handlebar Strength - connorcyles.com - YouTube
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