A Motorcycle Made Of Mac Computer Parts Is Probably The Closest We'll Get To An 'iBike'

This Is Probably The Closest We'll Get To An 'iBike'

The "One Motorcycle Show" in Portland, Ore. was briefly, in February, home to some of the most gorgeous motorcycles in the world. So it shouldn't be a huge surprise that one of the entries was a bike made out of parts from the slickest computer company around.

An unidentified Motorcycle Show participant modded his motorcycle with parts from various Apple-made devices. Calling his creation "flashy" but "temperamental," he used an iPhone as a speedometer while a dissected Mac provides the power switch, USB and stereo jack that allow the same phone to act as the motorcycle's music player.

Take a look at the Mac motorcycle by skipping to 1:30 on this exhibition video:

It's a pretty geeky mod, to be sure. But do you really think it beats this Apple fish tank?

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