Crocodile Skin Fixed Gear Bike by WLWC

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

The Paris based design team at Watch Life With Curiosity focuses on objects associated with urban lifestyle, and what could be more urban than a fixed gear bike? The “fixie” has risen to prominence in the last few years, and WLWC have debuted their contribution with this handcrafted crocodile skin 2-wheeler.

That’s right, an entire frame hand wrapped in genuine reptile skin. The job was tedious, taking nearly 90 hours to cover the aluminum frame, and it wasn’t just the frame that got the treatment. The tonal black skin was also applied to the handlebars, the carbon fiber saddle, handle brakes, and even the footrests, creating the ultimate luxury bicycle. This 2-wheeler is currently priced at $20,000.

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