It is intended as an environmentally friendly way to carry sperm to fertility clinics scattered around Copenhagen.
But is it actually environmentally friendly or is it, as is so often the case, an advertising gimmick? The bike has its own cooler and:
Producing the Sperm Bike was no easy task. It was constructed by the Danish company 10 Tons – who specialise in zoological and botanical models as well as paleontologic reconstructions, including full-size whales and dinosaurs.
With the tail, the bike is 2.9 metres long and fully-loaded with… um… sperm… it weighs 50 kg.
For the pointer I thank James Hohman.