If you're a Nespresso drinker, chances are, you've thrown away hundreds of those little pods. If you're a responsible Nespresso drinker, hopefully you've recycled them. Now, Swedish bike company Vélosophy is taking that to the next level with its latest collaboration with the coffee brand: a bike made from Nespresso pods!

Talk about upcycling: The luxury cycle (appropriately dubbed the RE:CYCLE) has 7 gears and features a purple frame, chic wood basket (with cupholders, of course), and a bell shaped like a Nespresso pod. It's made with 300,000 pods and is available in a limited edition of 1,000 for around $1,440. The collaboration is meant to encourage Nespresso consumers to recycle their pods, whose aluminum can be easily recycled. Though the bike is likely its most ambitious recycling project, Nespresso has also created knives and pens from its recycled pods in the past.

"Through our collaboration with Vélosophy, we're illustrating to coffee lovers the potential of recycling their aluminum Nespresso capsules," said Jean-Marc Duvoisin, CEO of Nespresso, in an announcement of the collaboration.

Plus, by purchasing a Vélosophy bike, you're doing good for more than just the planet: As part of its one-for-one promise, for every bike it sells the company—founded by an Ikea alum—donates a bike to a girl in Ghana to help her get to school. Now who said coffee couldn't change the world?