Williamson Goods & Supply Wheelmen Bicycle

Feb 16, 2017

Category: Rides

Some people spend their lives building the most beatiful knives they could imagine. Others put together otherworldly cars. Williamson Goods? They built the Wheelman bicycle.

Every part of this thing has been labored over. So much so that it strike us as more a work of art than an actual bike you’d want to ride to the grocery store or neighborhood bar. From the frame to the fork, and down to the hand sewn crocodile skin on the seat, each part of this bike has been assembled with care in Williamson Goods’ shop in the heart of Detroit. Only ten of each color (buyers have the option of purchasing black, white, or orange coper plating) will be made by the small luxury shop, each with a specially engraved limited edition number. For an extra little bit of detail, the bike comes with a copper plated bottle, a center kickstand, and an orange copper plated front rack for transporting all of your money stacks. Oh, and did we mention it’s wrapped in python skin? Prices for these limited pieces are set at $35,000. [Purchase]

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