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Sandwichbike

Shipping fully assembled bikes is expensive. So the people behind the Sandwichbike ($TBA) decided to ship their bike in pieces. The result is a new take on the bike, built from a "sandwich" of two weather-coated frames of plywood, bonded together with "smart cylinders" and designed to be both rugged and good looking. Thanks to this unique design, the bike comes flat packed with everything you need in the box, including all the tools and the less-than-50 parts. The only downside? You can't get one just yet — but they will be available later this year.

  • Connor Wood Bikes

    Forget carbon fiber — if you really want to standout from the crowd, ride a bike made of wood. Connor Wood Bikes ($3,500-$4,500) are exactly that, sporting frames made from steam bent, hand-sculpted, and Kevlar reinforced ash and walnut with protective marine spar varnish finishes. Made in Denver, they're available in two models — the Scorcher and Cruiser — feature leather seats and 29r wheels with fat tires, and can be specced with extras like a small, medium, or large frame, single or two-speed gearhubs, and switchback or gull wing handlebars. Probably not the best for jumping fires, though.

  • BMC Lamborghini 50th Anniversary Impec Bike

    Decide that the Veneno's price tag was just a bit too steep for you? Don't worry — you can still celebrate Lambo's 50th with the BMC Lamborghini 50th Anniversary Impec Bike (€25,000; roughly $32,500). Limited to just 50 examples, this speed bike features a Swiss-made carbon frame, Campagnolo Super Record Skeleton brakes, bar tap and a saddle made from the same leather as the car's seats, Continental Competition 22 tires, and an exclusive yellow and black paint job to help differentiate this machine from all the other world-class speed bikes in town.