It All Started With a Flat Tire ... One day in 1991, Graham Bergh got a flat tire when biking to his recycling job in Portland, Oregon. Rather than throwing it away, Graham decided to use the inner tube as a cradle for his stereo speakers.
After three years of tinkering, he started Resource Revival, an indie artist studio that recycle tons of bicycle parts into everything from keychains to clocks.
Recycled Bike Parts Desk Pendulum Clock A classic design, rumored to be on the desk of the curator of MOMA.
A recycled bicycle chainring face is elegantly suspended by a section of recycled bicycle wheel rim curled in a forge. Pendulum is made from bicycle cog and chain section, and the black face is made from recycled tire rubber.