The Gecko cruiser is a late 60's cruiser bicycle frame covered with 106,500 Czech glass beads. Wire (493 ft.), nylon thread, and epoxy putty are used to hold the beads in place. By not using glue, the beads maintain a clear brilliance.
A seamless tessellated pattern, similar to M.C. Eschers designs, is incorporated onto the tubes of the bicycle. Each tube contains very similar shaped repeating geckos. Red and purple geckos are on each tube. Blue, green, and yellow geckos are used in combination with the red and purple geckos depending on the specific tube of the bike.