Building a bike on a budget

I’m a sucker for builds with low parts counts and clever parts usage, and they don’t come better than this bike by Brian Kescenovitz. It won’t pay to get into each clever use of a part, because almost every brick that went into this is placed in an ingenious manner. However, the use of the Exo-Force leg for the fuel tank and the bad robot arm for the underside of the frame stand out among the rest as examples of perfect placement.

Naked Bike

No less impressive are Brian’s other tiny bikes, a flowing white touring bike and a streamlined red racer.

DresserRetro Bonneville Streamliner

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