Who knew that Mad Cow could be so disturbingly weird? Associated more with a type of animal disease, motorcycle designer Billie Grace Lynn sure wasn’t afraid in calling his bony creation by the same name. In the ranks of the absurdly weird, Lynn built a motorcycle with a number of traditional items combined with one that seemingly doesn’t have a place in any two-wheeled ride known to man: cow bones.
There’s no price tag for insanity, so they say; and there’s no shortage of it running in the neurons of Lynn’s brain. The creation, naturally, is weird. There’s nothing else to describe the use of a whole cow skeleton, from the snout down to the tail, to customize a bike without justifying it as pure lunacy. Then again, maybe Grace Lynn’s just one of those off-the-cuff fellows who seem to be less interested in being noticed than she is in being unique.