This brilliant MOC by dviddy is a modern day spin of the classic Headless Horseman. That is if the horseman was a hipster on a fixie bike wearing a totally cool retro jacket. And he doesn’t so much want to throw his jack-o-lantern head at Ichabod, just wants to let him know it’s organically grown in bespoke divots in a carefully tended pumpkin patch.
Gotta get somewhere fast? Can't find the keys of your trusty DeLorean (Or maybe the Ford Focus that you pretend is a DeLorean)? Try this trishaw by gan.marco. The fastest hunk of junk in the East and the (mostly) reliable method of travel preferred by tourists and locals alike. Sure to get you wherever you need to be in the most convenient fashion whether you like it or not, so sometimes it's better just not to look!
The classic cafe racer is a minimalist machine, but that doesn't mean it can't be stylish. Check out this lovely '51 by builder ianying616, it's as sexy as it is simple. The black and white scheme is accented with just the right amount of chrome to dress it up, but not be too flashy. This baby is just ready to ride.
I always get a kick out of MOCs built of ordinary things. This bicycle by fujiia is a perfect example. This bike in real life would be hardly extraordinary, and barely worth your attention. But expertly crafted in bricks with loads of clever techniques and the mundane is elevated to art.