If IKEA ever made a bicycle, it would look like this. The frame is primarily comprised of laminated plywood, save for the seat tube. You can choose between seven, mostly single-speed, models, with either a metal or wood front fork and Shimano or SRAM components. Also much like the Swedish furniture it resembles, the bikes are typically shipped in a flat box to the customer, who is responsible for assembling it with the provided tools. If the bike isn't eye-catching enough for you, the two-year-old company will laminate nearly any design onto the wood. Expect to pay more than $900 for the entry-level SF1 model, and $1,600 to $1,700 for the top-of-the-line SF7.