In response to my last post about wooden bikes, I received a few links from readers that I want to pass along.
Angel sent me the picture that you see here of a bike from Italy made by Tino Sano.
In a comment, Antii pointed out the work of Saku Holma. Check out the pictures and drawings of Saku’s bent wood recumbents. I really like a few of these.
Mr. Beattie mentioned the Renova wooden bikes, which were recently shown at NAHMBS in Portland. Unlike most of the wooden bikes that I post, these are actually for sale and available in the U.S. Read more about the Renova bikes here and here.
Finally, I’ll mention a book that I spotted in Velo Vision. The book Holzfahrrad im Eigenbau by Michael Heinzelmann tells you how to build your own wooden bike. You have to be able to read German though, so it wouldn’t do me much good.
Have a great weekend everyone.