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Gallery: SRAM's pArt Project

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"SRAM Field Collection" by Jeff Van de Walker is priced at $25,000

"SRAM Field Collection" by Jeff Van de Walker is priced at $25,000 (Image credit: CPSC)
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"Heart Lode" by Mark Castator is priced at $25,000

"Heart Lode" by Mark Castator is priced at $25,000 (Image credit: CPSC)
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"Future primitive mask" by Michael Whiting is priced at $15,000

"Future primitive mask" by Michael Whiting is priced at $15,000 (Image credit: CPSC)
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"Free Wheeling" by Lewis Tardy is priced at $25,000

"Free Wheeling" by Lewis Tardy is priced at $25,000 (Image credit: CPSC)
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"Single Track" by Jonathan Sanders is priced at $15,000

"Single Track" by Jonathan Sanders is priced at $15,000 (Image credit: CPSC)
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"F.T.B. Fish" by Kendall Polster is priced at $25,000

"F.T.B. Fish" by Kendall Polster is priced at $25,000 (Image credit: CPSC)
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"Lion" by Billie Grace Lynn is priced at $25,000

"Lion" by Billie Grace Lynn is priced at $25,000 (Image credit: CPSC)
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"Succescycle" by Stephen Kishel is priced at $15,000

"Succescycle" by Stephen Kishel is priced at $15,000 (Image credit: CPSC)
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"Mask Composition with Bike Parts and Altered Deer Skull" by Mark Grieve is priced at $15,000

"Mask Composition with Bike Parts and Altered Deer Skull" by Mark Grieve is priced at $15,000 (Image credit: CPSC)
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"Fresh Air" by Alex Bogusky is priced at $15,000

"Fresh Air" by Alex Bogusky is priced at $15,000 (Image credit: CPSC)

This article originally published on BikeRadar

On November 29, SRAM is hosting an art show at the Cedar Lake Theater in New York City as a fundraiser for World Bicycle Relief. The show, pArt Project, features 90 new works of art by various artists that incorporate SRAM parts into the design.

Each art piece was donated by the artist to raise money for sustainable bicycle charity through World Bicycle Relief.

Tickets to the show, which also includes cocktails, food and entertainment, are $268 a piece — enough to fund two new bicycles for people in need.

The pieces can be bought now online, and some will be auctioned off at the Nov. 29 show in New York City. Prices for the pieces range between $15,000 and $25,000.

Check out the gallery at right for a sampling of the pieces that will be on display.