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August 15, 2012

Cardboard Bike in Stores Soon

at 12:51 pm. Filed under Crazy Hacks

 

Inventor Izhar Gafni made a Cardboard Bike which is slated for mass production. The cost to produce one of these bikes is around $9 since the materials being used are inexpensive, the selling price is expected to start at $60. I was surprised to read that the weight that the bike can handle is 485 pounds, I am thinking that this is greater than the typical off the shelf bike in a department store. The inspiration for the bike is a cardboard canoe, who knew there were so many things being made from cardboard!

 


 

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5 Responses to “Cardboard Bike in Stores Soon”

  1. James Duval Says:

    This is awesome! I always did find certain types of cardboard box quite difficult to squash down, and I did wonder about cardboard’s structural strength, but I never imagined something like this could be achieved so cheaply!

  2. Eugenio Says:

    Congrats buddy! Great Ideas! Makes you the Love that is what is important. It is a pleasure to know. If you have interest to export its ideals and earn money .. Here in Brazil is a good deal now. Again congratulations! Register your idea. And if you need … I’ll be online. Ass: EugĂȘnio

  3. Eugenio Says:

    My email: eugeniosoldador@gmail.com

  4. Wil Says:

    This pisses me off. Production cost of 9 dollars, purchase price of 60 dollars.

  5. Thinker Says:

    What is the advantage this compare to real bike?

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