A visual of 'Bullcy' built by Lijeesh Chettiar (Photo/ANI)
A visual of 'Bullcy' built by Lijeesh Chettiar (Photo/ANI)

Kerala man builds bicycle from scrap with look of bike amid fuel price hike

ANI | Updated: Jul 19, 2021 11:24 IST


Malappuram (Kerala) [India], July 19 (ANI): Amid the surging fuel prices across the country, a man from the Malappuram district of Kerala has built a bicycle from scrap, that has the look of a motorcycle.
Lijeesh Chettiar, a native of Tanur in Malappuram district, has built a vehicle which is a combination of Bullet motorcycle and a bicycle and named it 'Bullcy.' Except for two new tires, everything in this vehicle is taken from scrap.

Speaking to ANI, Chettiar said, "One cannot buy a motorcycle considering the price of fuel. However, 'Bullcy' resolves the issue as it does not require fuel, and it is a good exercise for the body as well."
"This unique idea clicked while sitting at home during the COVID-19 lockdown. It was built keeping in mind the petrol price hike," he said.
Chettiar further informed that it cost him about Rs 25,000 to build the 'Bullcy.' (ANI)

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