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Old 11-16-22, 12:24 PM
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Bike art anyone? https://imgur.com/gallery/k1mLwK4
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Now I know what to do with that old wheel that's hanging in my garage.
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So these are cool. Showed my wife and she is like, I know what I am getting you for your birthday.
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Along the trail leading from the GAP up towards the center of Frostburg, MD.


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wonder if guests will like sitting on bicycle seats for living room seating...
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very contemporary...
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Cool ideas to re-use old bike parts
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I quite liked this application of old parts, although it looks to be somewhat labor-intensive:





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"My cuffs are 9-speed!"
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I quite liked this application of old parts, although it looks to be somewhat labor-intensive:





That reminds me of a statue of a buffalo I once saw in Bismark, ND, made entirely out of rebar welded together.
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