Boske is a new kind of bike designed by Dan Gestoso, made from discarded pop cans. Not only would riders be eco friendly through riding bikes instead of driving cars with this design, but they would also be helping to save the planet just by purchasing one.
The bike can also be easily taken apart and put back together, fitting nicely into a small box. This versatility is ideal for anyone living in a smaller space such as an apartment. Other than the aluminum sections made from old cans, certain parts of the bike are made from a sleek wooden material. Even though wood is used here, the entire design is quite sturdy and should be fine for travelling through urban areas.
Dan Gestoso did a great job incorporating eco-friendly elements into the Boske design.
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