A bicycle frame is essentially what holds everything together, including the wheels and other components. The typical design for an upright bicycle is designed for safety, with two triangles – a main one and a paired rear – forming a diamond frame. These are required to be strong, stiff and light, which various bicycles do by combining different materials and shapes, depending on their use. Read more to see what happens when an engineer uses chains and spare parts to build one.
Your eyes aren’t playing tricks, an engineer who goes by “The Q” managed to create a functional bicycle by welding chain links together before installing the seat, handlebars as well as wheels. Sure, this bicycle probably can’t be used for racing or any off-road purposes, but it most certainly is a conversation piece nonetheless.
No products found.