That noble mountain bike, now in permanent disrepair—if only there was some way to commemorate the many years of service, the many uphill battles, the daily careen to victory? This piece of bicycle taxidermy by Regan Appleton is a worthy homage to all those bikes that have finally sallied forth to greener pastures. Mount it proudly on the wall of your study—to daily meditate on all those many popped wheelies from days of yore. Gone, dear sir, but never forgotten…!
London’s Bicycle Taxidermy began when Regan Appleton created a memorial for and from his father’s defunct, yet beloved bicycles. Consisting of both finely finished, pre-mounted handlebar décor and classic oak plaques that hold your own bullhorns a loft, Appleton’s bike-based “taxidermy” is a unique mobile memento that commemorates your trusty, rusty steed of yore.
Chromed steel handlebars and stem affixed to a scorched black oak plaque with an engraved steel epitaph below. Mounting hardware included.