05/16/2013 02:19 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

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

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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?

[h/t Gizmodo]



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