Drop what you're doing — this is more important. Oregon sculptor Jud Turner has built a life-sized model of a Columbia mammoth skeleton, he's done it with 95% recycled materials (mostly old farming equipment and agricultural tools), and it's probably the most jaw-droppingly bad-ass thing I've ever laid my eyes on.
Its carapace has turned to steel in the hundreds of millions of years since it went extinct, but the watch in this Trilobite's brain never stops tracking the seconds passed since the Cambrian ended.
I don't know what's wrong with this thing. It's not the metal skeleton that gives me the chills. It's probably the posture. If there are bikes in hell, they are probably like this one.