The latest Xtracycle Customs creation, dubbed "The Oyster Bike," for Inverness restaurant Saltwater. Metal oyster buckets still to come I'm told. We will update as soon as we get pictures. The Oyster Bike is based off of our stock Radish - with lots of embellishments. Why customize Radish? Well, if you trust this blogger for Bicycling Magazine, the Radish ride is too good to resist. We really do aim to make cargo bikes that ride like, well, your favorite bike.
Cemil Hope, the man behind Xtracycle Customs, is also a finish cabinet maker, and has done several notable restaurant build-outs, including Saltwater, the benefactor behind The Oyster Bike. We now understand that cabinets are just a way to open the door to cargo bikes, but we won't spoil that marketing secret. Check out some amazing pics of the restaurant here. The Radish pictured above seems like a beautiful extension of the simple yet stunning aesthetic of the place.
Cemil says more bikes are coming this Spring, including "the Sunset Bike," "the Surf Bike" and more.
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