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    Creating a Wooden Bike With 3D Printed Connectors and Parts

    Amsterdam’s Paul Timmer obviously knows his way not just around a bike but also around digital design and 3D printing as well. He has shown both his engineering and artistic talent with his lightweight bike constructed of only solid ash wood and 3D printed aluminum parts. The bike is meant for extreme comfort while riding over any terrain, featuring a simple but sleek design. Read more about this one-of-a-kind design in the full article: http://3dprint.com/50131/bike-from-wood-and-3d-print/


    Below is a photo of Timmer's bike:

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    is it me or are there no handle bars ?

    Ah has handle bars but looks like a weird riding position.

    Clever design.

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    They are there. Look closer. The photo was taken directly at the end of the bars, its just a circle in the photo above.

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    No. Just no.

    Wood bikes = hospital and dental bills.

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