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    This $9 Cardboard Bike Can Support Riders Up To 485lbs | Co.Design: business + innovation + design - metal is a limited resource and the process from ground to product is very dirty. I love these sustainable ideas.

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    Alfa, the $9 cardboard bicycle that is both waterproof and fireproof. Designed by Izhar Gafni.

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    This $9, 100% Recycled Cardboard Bike Can Support Riders Up To 485lbs

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