The Carma Project is a neat idea which wants to build bicycles out of scrapped cars. The bikes arent for sale or owned by anyone. They are meant, instead, to be used by anyone that needs to get places.
This project begins with a bicycle that?s not just a bicycle.
Its a bicycle made from the scrap of a car.
And so Carma was born.
A bicycle with the karma of a car and with a mission: to compensate the kms the car ran. Thats why its not to sell, buy or donate. Carma was made to run and thats why its not just ours. Its yours.
It's for everyone who wishes to contribute to the kms it has to compensate by riding it. 159,761 kms, to be precise. Carma is a new chance for the environment. For the economy. For mobility. For people. For the world.
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