Watch Part Motorcycles

These magnificent motorbikes really do run like clockwork because they’re made from discarded parts from WATCHES. Time waits for no man but when it comes to creating stunning model bikes Canadian artist Dan Tanenbaum is ticking over just fine. The motorbikes measure on average six to eight inches long and three to five high and can sell for as much £700. Parts for the models consist of faces, bezels, hands and mechanisms destined for the rubbish bin from watches.

These magnificent motorbikes really do run like clockwork because they're made from discarded parts from WATCHES. Time waits for no man but when it comes to creating stunning model bikes Canadian artist Dan Tanenbaum is ticking over just fine. The motorbikes measure on average six to eight inches long and three to five high and can sell for as much £700. Parts for the models consist of faces, bezels, hands and mechanisms destined for the rubbish bin from watches.

These magnificent motorbikes really do run like clockwork because they're made from discarded parts from WATCHES. Time waits for no man but when it comes to creating stunning model bikes Canadian artist Dan Tanenbaum is ticking over just fine. The motorbikes measure on average six to eight inches long and three to five high and can sell for as much £700. Parts for the models consist of faces, bezels, hands and mechanisms destined for the rubbish bin from watches.

These magnificent motorbikes really do run like clockwork because they're made from discarded parts from WATCHES. Time waits for no man but when it comes to creating stunning model bikes Canadian artist Dan Tanenbaum is ticking over just fine. The motorbikes measure on average six to eight inches long and three to five high and can sell for as much £700. Parts for the models consist of faces, bezels, hands and mechanisms destined for the rubbish bin from watches.

These magnificent motorbikes really do run like clockwork because they're made from discarded parts from WATCHES. Time waits for no man but when it comes to creating stunning model bikes Canadian artist Dan Tanenbaum is ticking over just fine. The motorbikes measure on average six to eight inches long and three to five high and can sell for as much £700. Parts for the models consist of faces, bezels, hands and mechanisms destined for the rubbish bin from watches.