Cardboard bicycle can be built for less than $15
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It was a little over a month ago that Dutch stroller manufacturer Joolz began giving its cardboard packaging a new lease of life as chairs and lamps, and now Israeli entrepreneur Izhar Gafni has demonstrated just how versatile the material can be. In fact, Gafni has built a working bicycle entirely out of recycled cardboard for a production cost of less than USD 15. We've already seen bamboo bikes, of course, but Gafni's prototype uses recycled cardboard instead and is reportedly designed to accommodate up to 300 pounds. Besides costing very little to produce – between USD 9 and USD…
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