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feb 20, 2013

bicycled bikes made from scrap car parts

‘bicycled’ – bikes made from scrap carsimage courtesy lola madrid

 

 

in an effort to create the most efficient, ecological and healthy means of transportation, spanish design studio lola madrid have conceived ‘bicycled‘ – a project that utilizes recycled cars as the main source for material. each hand-made bike is based on a consumer insight – which reflects on the emotional attachment from wrecked vehicles. components such as the frame are made from recycled metal, the chain from transmission belts and the reflective light made from turn signals.

 

 

bicycled – bikes made from scrap carsvideo courtesy lola madrid

  

 

metal preparationimage courtesy lola madrid

 

 

reclaimed leather from seats as upholsteryimage courtesy lola madrid

  • FELICIDADES!!! COMO DICEN, LA MATERIA NO SE CREA NI SE DESTRUYE, SOLO SE TRANSFORMA… ESO MIS AMIGOS ES VERDADERO RECICLAJE. EN HORA BUENA

    CESAR MUÑOZ says:
  • This is a visionary project. I wonder how many bikes you could get out of one car. I would also like to see which car parts were used for each bike component.

    Walter says:
  • Yes, if your car is not in repair condition mean to say that that is fully junked. then i would like to suggest you to replace that junk cars for new brand car and plan for new car.condition apply or free.

    Sammy Mull says:
  • Unlike most Scrap Car Removal companies which most of their revenue come from towing service not from junk car removal service,our service is exclusively in scrap car removal business, and we don’t do public towing. This exclusiveness makes us so dedicated to our scrap car removal obligations. Thats why We value our clients so much. For more information: http://scrapmycars.com/

    Mim Jaba says:

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