The Rag and Bone six-wheel bicycle

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Gestating in the oily, embryonic womb of some great velocipedic goddess, the Rag and Bone bicycle looks like it prenatally absorbed three or four of its twins… the steampunkish bicycle analogue to Total Recall‘s Kuato. I totally dig this.

Rag and Bone [Rat Rod Bikes via MAKE]

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11 Responses to The Rag and Bone six-wheel bicycle

  1. Halloween Jack says:

    It’s cute and all–certainly, there are worse things to do with a welding rig–but the only question that really, really matters is: how does it ride?

  2. efergus3 says:

    I love the headlight.

  3. RedShirt77 says:

    >How many wheels are there?

    Seems to be five on the ground and at least 2 attached to the frame.

    So its a five wheeler, unless we want to start saying the average automobile is a five wheeled vehicle because of the spare.

  4. Anonymous says:

    i’m astonished that rag and bone is making its way around the internet. i just took new pictures of r&b and should be up this week. stay tuned for continues builds.-gaskill

    gaskill-art.blogspot.com

  5. mikerbaker says:

    Yeah, I count 5 wheels on the ground… making it not a bicycle but a “quintcycle”. Of course, if it did have six wheels then it would be a sexcycle – woo-woo!

  6. mdhatter says:

    Awesome! and it comes with it’s own soapbox too!

  7. Trnck says:

    How many wheels are there?

  8. strider_mt2k says:

    -all of them.

  9. strider_mt2k says:

    Going back and looking at this (repeatedly) makes me realize that between the steel surround and the inflated tire that spare wheel is probably a fair-to-middlin’ shock absorber if it’s set up correctly.

    I really can’t get enough of this cool looking vehicle.

  10. the_living_ted says:

    wouldn’t fancy trying to get it up a hill though…

  11. neurolux says:

    no, no, no.

    it’s an inline tricycle with training wheels, and a spare.

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