Rubber, Steel and Bones

Motorbikes are a popular interest of mine, I think they look beautiful and I hope to own one some day. These bikes immediately took my fancy and I hope they take yours.

The Crypt

John Farr is a custom bike designer and creator who made this beautiful piece of machinery named ‘The Crypt’. The motorcycle is now a jaw-dropping spectacle when its cruisin’ around, continuously being stopped for pictures.

 

Skeleton Motorbike

John Holt is a self taught metal bender and the creator of this motorcycle ‘Iron Death’. Holt started off making medieval styled armour and now owns a shop in Boone County, Illinois, where the bike was originally built. The bike now lives in The Petersen Automotive Museum in L.A.

 

Skeleton Motorbike Mirror

Getgeared.co.uk are selling a The Universal Motorcycle Mirror Skeleton Hand for £39.95 each for your own custom anatomy.

 

Skeleton Bike

Artist Eric Tryon, fashioned together this marvellous bicycle, flexible enough so that when you turn so does the skull.

 

Bio-Cycle

Jud Turner designed this artwork named the ‘Bio-Cycle’ along with other skull inspired creations and anatomic bikes.

 

The motorbike styled toy I thought was quite cute, The Boneshaker Skeleton Motorbike is 26cm in length and is £19.15 from Amazon.co.uk

 

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