The Epitaph Bike Features Throwback Styling and Twice the Tires

By: Michael Hines - Published: Jul 25, 2011 • References: autumshere & tuvie
The Epitaph bike is easily one of the classiest four-wheelers I have ever laid eyes on. That may sound like a typo, but the Epitaph bike is actually designed with four low-profile wheels that fit side by side on the front and back rims of the tires.

The Epitaph bike has a classic design that makes it more like a motorcycle from the 30s or 40s than a bicycle. Perhaps because of its unique look, designer Autumshere has limited the production run of the Epitaph bike to a mere 12 units, each numbered via Roman numerals engraved onto the seats. If you want to get your hands on this bike, it's going to cost you a pretty penny, as Autmshere is pricing this 12-of-a-kind bike at $2,950. Better start saving now, biker boys and girls. Stats for Classy Retro-Inspired Cycles Trending: Older & Buzzing
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