João Bonifácio of Mud Cycles is a reader of Bikerumor.com, and submitted the Portuguese brand’s idea for a wooden bike. Founded in 2011, they exist for the conservation, restoration and redesign of old bikes, and create their own wooden bikes as well.
Most of their parts are manufactured from scratch, and keeping with an old-time style. The shifter on the wooden bike is very nice looking, and fits well with the theme of the bike. The wooden bikes are entirely hand-made.
With that much hand work going into each bike, and no posted price, we can only assume they don’t come cheap. Check out the glamour shots of the bikes after the jump…
From Mud Cycles –
Our bikes stand out for their simple forms and aesthetics, combining pieces recovered with parts manufactured from scratch, resulting in unique and original designs without losing their vintage style. We complement the experience of rediscovering the pleasure of riding a bike with accessories carefully developed that will make enjoy your rides on two wheels with a smile on your face.
Check them out at www.mudcycles.net