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Resource Revival

The idea for Resource Revival came to Graham Bergh in 1991 when he got a flat tire biking to his recycling job in Portland, Oregon.
Resource Revival now recycles bicycle chains into unique, fun, functional products such as the ones featured here: bottle openers, luggage tags and picture frames. Every year, bike shops all over the United States send Resource Revival tons of greasy used bicycle parts and their team of artists tinkers with them until new products are born. They call it RebicyclingAll of Resource Revivals products are unique and original designs made in Oregon, not mass produced.  Resource Revival's products make fantastic, unique eco-friendly gifts.