David is Bikengruvin. He's an avid cyclist in Regina, SK who decided to apply his creative endeavors to creating bicycle art. "As many of us notice, there's a lot of bikes that are thrown away," says David. "This fact made me think about recycling and finding new ways to use them."
Bikengruving -- the transformation of old bikes into groovy art -- began in 1997. He's traveled through the Mountain West showing his work.
Check out David's Bikengruvin bike gallery featuring tables, lamps, and even gigantic slices of pizza, all incorporating recycled bicycles, bike parts and found objects.
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