Tuesday, January 9, 2007

Skeleton Cycle

After I wrote about the Munster's cars yesterday, numerous people e-mailed me links to this amazing motorcycle. The bike features an anatomically-correct, solid titanium skeleton that is a structural component of the frame. John Farr, the bike's creator says, “The skeleton is the top half of the frame. It isn’t bolted on or there for decoration. Its backbone is the frame’s backbone. The leg bones are the frame’s legs.”

Click here for more shots of this terrific motorcycle.

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