|Leonardo’s code Da Vinci was one of the great creative minds of the Italian Renaissance. He was hugely influential as an artist and sculptor but also immensely talented as an engineer, scientist and inventor. Leonardo’s private scrapbook the Codex Atlanticus proves he anticipated many things � helicopters, parachutes, tanks � even bicycles. In fact, many have credited Leonardo Da Vinci with developing the idea of the bicycle chain and cog in the 15th century. For his sketches reveal clear depictions of chains and sprockets. However, it took nearly 400 years for the idea to become a practical aspect of bicycle design. Here we pay tribute to the innovative mind of Da Vinci with an invention of our own. Our Leo Bracelet is forged of stainless steel and designed to resemble sturdy power train chains that help propel bicycles of the modern age. Designed with adventure in mind, this rugged tribute to early invention is just right for blazing trails of your own.