Handcrafted Wooden Bicycle Handlebars by F&Y

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Frédérique Beaubien and Yannic Ryan of Canadian design studio F&Y have just introduced their beautifully crafted wooden bicycle handle bars.

The collection includes several different offerings, and has been dubbed ” Les Classiques.” All of the handlebars in the collection are sporting the same minimalistic design elements, an use an array of high quality construction materials including wood, aluminum, and even brass. Each set of handlebars was carefully handcrafted, ensuring that no two single handlebars are alike. The handlebars can be equipped to any standard bike frame, and will help your cruiser stand apart from the crowd.

Handcrafted Wooden Bicycle Handlebars

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