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It’s indisputable that Robin Williams did a lot of good while he was alive and his constant support for the disabled has continued after his death. His personal collection of bicycles is being auctioned off with the proceeds going to benefit the Challenged Athletes Foundation and Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation. We assume each bike would come with quite the tall tale if Williams were still here to tell it, but for now we have to settle for what we can see. But from what we can see is some of these bikes make cars look like horse-drawn wagons. We didn’t think it was possible to make biking cool until we saw Williams’ collection. Special thanks to the guys over at Gear Patrol for bringing this one to our attention. Also, we’d like to point out there’s a unicycle in the collection, because of course Robin Williams could ride a unicycle.

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