Change the way you travel from point A to point B on two wheels. Designed by Izhar Gafni on a kibbutz on the northern coast of Israel, pieces of cardboard were folded like origami and transformed into a bicycle.
Sporting tires made of reconstituted rubber from old car tires that will never puncture and a lightweight, waterproof frame that can support up to 500 pounds, Gafni proved the naysayers and engineers wrong- a bike made entirely out of green materials can be made and for less than $10. Its eco-friendly design will make change the course of commuters in impoverished countries and will forever change your attitude about a cardboard box in the dumpster.
Video credit: Giora Kariv Productions, Izhar Cardboard Bike Project, 2012. Video courtesy of Cardboard Technologies.
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