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Accessorize Your Life with Recycled Bike Products

Not only are bicycles the perfect mode of transportation to reduce carbon emissions and your carbon footprint, but they are also becoming one of the hippest items to recycle.

And when we say hip we mean that old bicycles parts are being used to create an amazing array of items, including jewelry and furniture. So that means less waste in our landfills and cooler things for us to reuse.

Ride a New Wave of Bikes

It really is encouraging to see how many things are being recycled today. Instead of being thrown into the trash, almost every part of a product can be reused to create something else.

These items are some of the most creative and original products made from bicycle parts that we found:

bike furniture

Bike Furniture Design

Founder Andy Gregg started this bike business in 1990 by designing and manufacturing contemporary and modern furniture, including tables and chairs, made from bicycle parts.

Re-Cycled Accessories

Located in British Columbia, Canada, this company creates unique bracelets, necklaces, earrings and more from leftover quality bike parts.

Recycled Bike Chain Bowl

This handmade bowl is made of recycled bike chains welded together into a cool design.

Recycled Bicycle CD Rack

This CD rack is made from recycled chain rings and wheel rims, and can hold up to 40 CDs.

bike chain opener

Bike Chain Opener

This bottle opener created by artist Graham Bergh is made from an old bike chain.

Sprocket Clock

Colorful clock made from a recycled bike sprocket.

OM Bike Part Coaster

Set of four coasters made from a bike chain and painted glass.

Bicycle Chain Frame

Picture frames made from recycled bike chains.

bike tealight

Recycled Tea Light Holder

Light up your home with this tea light holder made from recycled bike wheels.

The possibilities really are endless when it comes to reusing bicycle parts.

All you have to do is enjoy the eco-friendly lifespan of your favorite bike, and when it’s time to get a new one, you can recycle it so bike artists can work their magic.

Now that you know what happens to recycled bikes, maybe one day you’ll be wearing or sitting on your old bike again.

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  1. Nicole November 7, 2009 at 2:12 am

    Here is a custom recycled bike art site that you missed. I thought it was worth mentioning.
    It is and you should see the gallery page for the wonderful works this artist makes. If you click my name I have a direct link to the site.

  2. kitchen gadgetry February 28, 2010 at 3:21 am

    Great concept, and many thanks for taking the time to publish it; really opened my eyes for some new perspectives that I hadn’t thought of before.

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