Funeral Home lets your final ride be one to the grave in their Bicycle Hearse


Sunset Hills Cemetery in Eugene, OR has taken their natural burial offering to the next level.  Funeral Home Director Wade Lind has designed a three-wheeled bicycle capable of carrying their casket basket ($3500) to the deceased’s final resting place.  The bike is even outfitted with an electric hub motor to assist in getting up hills.  KVAL of Eugene has the full story here complete with video.


Trey R - 05/19/13 - 5:25pm

Sign me up for that wicker casket!

Paul - 05/19/13 - 6:56pm

Strava, or it didn’t happen.

Chad - 05/19/13 - 7:33pm

Very cool… if he can make me a wicker urn, I’m in.

Todd P - 05/19/13 - 9:49pm

That thing could ride you into the ground.

fanboy - 05/19/13 - 11:19pm

I see a camper conversion

Matthew - 05/20/13 - 12:57am

I can see that basket skipping of the back on the climb to the Col Du Galibier. Anyway, doesn’t it need a bike rack so that you can be buried with your steed?

Matt - 05/20/13 - 6:25am

I applied to be the captain of a very similar service in the UK (it was a side car design instead) but the business didn’t take off unfortunately. They also have a motorbike hearse that can “do the ton”, what a way to go!

caliente - 05/20/13 - 12:25pm

I’ll bet it does wheelies really easily too.

andyb - 05/21/13 - 7:23am


NASH - 05/21/13 - 8:15am

Is there a road bike aero version in the works? That looks like it would go dead slow.

gil - 05/21/13 - 3:37pm

I would love to see him climb or come down that hill with that hearse……

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