Analog One Bicycle by Grainworks

A wooden bicycle may, you would think, seem like it would be more suited to children as this is invariably the first steed on which we all learn to ride but for us adults with an affinity for rich mahogany courtesy of Ron Burgundy, there is a bicycle out there that will sate this appetite superbly well. The name of the bike in question is Analog One and it is awesome almost to the point of painfulness.

The Analog One Bicycle is the work of a highly talented design company who go by the name of Grainworks and, as their name pertains, they concern themselves with crafting some excellent woodwork of which their breathtaking bicycle is undoubtedly our favourite here at Coolector HQ. Whilst it is far from cheap, it is unparalleled in the awesomeness stakes so its a monetary sacrifice that we’d be happy to make.

There are so many great looking bikes on the market today that something has to be really special to truly stand out from the crowd and this is definitely a compliment that you can pay to the flawlessly crafted and eye-wateringly beautiful Analog One Bicycle. Grainworks are, in fact, powered by a single design brain who goes by the name of Mike Pecsok, a California local, who has considerably more talents in his woodworking hands than we here at Coolector HQ can fully comprehend and the Analog One Bicycle is truly testament to this.

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Each Analog One Bike is built to order by Pecsok and no two will be the same so if you do manage to get your hands on one of these awesome machines, it will be entirely unique to you. Incredibly lightweight and crafted from woods like African mahogany and birch, the Analog One is a ocular treat to say the least and we here at The Coolector genuinely cannot think of a more visually astounding steed that we’ve come across in our time. A big two thumbs up to the design talent of Mike Pecsok.

Price: $5,000+

Available: Grainworks

Leo is the owner of The Coolector and writes about the stuff he loves. And some stuff that he merely likes.