21 May '12, 2pm

Maker Faire 2012: Favorite Weird and Wonderful Bikes

Maker Faire 2012: Favorite Weird and Wonderful Bikes

There's a must-follow rule at Maker Faire Bay Area -- look out for the bikes. Cruising around the grounds showing off their creativity, functionality, and amazing features are loads of interesting bikes and bike-powered rides. This year was no exception. There were dozens of interesting ideas for how to turn a bike into something really special. It was hard, but I chose just a handful of favorites to show off, each of which has a green feature.

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