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Got a soft spot for animals but love the idea of mounting a beast on your wall? A cycling enthusiast with a penchant for handlebars? Generally want something cool and manly to hang on your wall? Well Bicycle Taxidermy might well be for you.

Founder Regan Appleton has created a somewhat morbid take on immortalising your bike, if you're dying to commemorate its legacy. However, if your bike is still alive and kicking, Appleton can create a purpose made mount for you, ranging from Chopper to Dropped bars.

It's the modern man's version of a stuffed deer's head and you need not feel guilty about hanging it above your roaring fire or, well, radiator.

You can find our more information and get your own purpose-built right here.

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