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How about a wicker motorcycle? 1 photo
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Frankly, this is one of those photos that make you ask yourself how come you didn’t think about such a build before, or at least, why hasn’t the world seen this already. Still, beyond the fully-legitimate awe, we are looking at a marvelous piece of art and one utterly cool piece of home and garden décor.
This uncanny motorcycle will find a place almost anywhere, indoors and outdoors, alike. It will look amazing in your garden, resting against one of the house walls, in your lobby, serving as a neat support for your helmet, gloves keys and whatnot.

At the same time, the wicker motorbike would look its best inside a bar or pub, be it a bike-themed place or a common one. For some reason, this bike harks back to the TT races in the Isle of Man. Has a retro vibe to it, though also packing something vicious, as in a racing way.

Some say it was modeled after the iconic Suzuki RGV500 machine Kevin Schwantz rode to a GP500 world title back in 1993, and that was used by Kenny Roberts Jr. to claim the half-liter World Championship in 2000.

Frankly, it doesn't matter too much whether whoever had the monumental patience and incredible skill to build this wicker bike tried to replicate an actual race bike or simply crafted a generic sport one.

The result is just as spectacular as other weird builds we saw. Trying to recollect the most interesting bikes we stumbled upon during the last several years, there are three that were completely far out.

Candy artist Cristiam Ramos used around 20,000 candies to craft a motorcycle made of liquorice, gummy bears, bubble gum and M&Ms. Quite a sweet machine, if you want...

Russian rider Dmitry Gubenko decided it was high time he proved that wood can be used to deliver spectacular results in the custom world. It took him two years to come up with a mind-blowing carved wood bike that looks like a million bucks.

Last on out weirdness list comes Cowasaki, a bike made from “three to four cow skulls, two to three alligator skulls, goat, wolf, raccoon, turtle, and pig bones. And two cow’s backs for the wheels," as its creator describes it.

Now, the list ow weird bikes has grown, and we are looking for the next one.
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