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Amazing Bike Made of Ice

Sculptor Krisztian Pogany puts the finishing touches to an ice bike in Canada Square Park in Canary Wharf on January 13, 2011 in London, England. The sculpture is part of the London Ice Sculpting Festival, a three day event that includes polar bear sculpting classes for the public and speed competitions for the professionals.

Photo by Matthew Lloyd/Getty Images.

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