Who said you needed metal to make a bicycle? A Shandong carpenter named Peijia Wu has apparently created his own bike made entirely out of wood.
The 55-year-old from Nanzhuang village, near Qingdao, took three months to build the two-wheeler. It has no metal parts whatsoever – the joints were fixed with small wooden bungs and the chain mechanism was replaced by a rod-crank system that rotates the wheel.
We can’t seem to find much more information about this mysterious bike maker, but we salute him. His bike – and the serious expression he has while riding it – is one of the cutest things we’ve seen all day.
Source: Chine Informations