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This skeleton bicycle by Jud Turner looks like the result of an archaeological dig from TRON world. OK, it's not meant to be ridden, but quite bizarre and fun on its own.

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Hoaxinmi (author)2009-05-14

Thats cool but check this out. It was made by Crypt Custom Cycles

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2nup350 (author)2009-03-10

I saw a motorcycle with an almost identical idea at the Petersen auto museum. I remember clearly that the label said the skeleton was perfectly proportioned and would stand 9 feet high

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Hellchild (author)2009-02-04

Well, i dont have a skeleton bike, So all I have to use are my fists. Sorry.

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Hellchild (author)2009-02-01

you know, You do have fists...

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Bridel568 (author)2009-02-01

I WANT A BIKE LIKE DAT BUT WITHOUT THE SKELETON it looks cool

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cheezypantz (author)2009-01-28

nobody would mess wit u if u ride that bike. nobody.

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I would. But that's just how I roll.

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nick000bristow (author)2009-01-26

'OK, it's not meant to be ridden'

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Charleyy (author)cheezypantz2009-01-31

Then make one with a seat on or sit on its back :)

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When I first saw it, I figured the knees and hips were hinged, so the skeleton pedaled as you do.l

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cheezypantz (author)2009-01-31
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T3h_Muffinator (author)2009-01-30

Oh wow! It's beautiful! I really like the idea of riding a bicycle head-first, sort of like a reverse recliner. Pedaling should also be distributed between the arms and the legs (just in case either of them get tired). It's really neat art! Reminds me of a piece I just saw at MOMA in NYC... I can't remember the name of it (or it's creator), though...

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Eirinn (author)2009-01-30

Lots of elbow room on that bike! Haha...got it? Elbow room...eh just forget it xD

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Eirinn (author)2009-01-30

Nah tell him he's going to be material for your next bike :P

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PKM (author)2009-01-29

I don't think it would be that fun to ride, the trail is a bit extreme (probably about 4 feet looking at the geometry :D). Unless the arms bent at the elbow and turned the front wheel without tilting, in which case the wheelbase is a bit narrow for stability. Yes I know it's not actually for riding... who wants to get a plastic skeleton and do this to a ridable bike though?

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skunkbait (author)2009-01-29

Now I want to make a ridable motorcycle like that.

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cheezypantz (author)2009-01-28

whats funny bout ma name? and yet it is true. make that 4 ur kid and no1 will bully him

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GMer56 (author)2009-01-27

Wow! Only if it was riddable...

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Father Christmas (author)2009-01-26

dude. cover it with flammable liquid and it could be the bicycle of the Ghost Rider lol

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jeff-o (author)2009-01-26

"This is the skeleton of the last motorist who tried to mess with me."

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=SMART= (author)2009-01-26

! CANT be ridden ! awwww

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Goodhart (author)2009-01-26

Wild. It is too bad it couldn't be made into a reclined ridable....it would certainly get looks from the gathering crowd LOL

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