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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by pnj, Nov 5, 2012.
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Saw this the other day.... Looks interesting for sure,
Looks fun, but it also looks like it takes much more skill to ride than a normal bike. Seems more like novelty than innovation. They should come up with a way to make the rear headset lockable for normal riding.
Does it come in rootbeer?
Can you fit a Gazzi 3.0" on it?
Sam, it's sort of hard to say without getting on it. I'd try it happily.
Edit: Notably absent in videos are any basic maneuvers like curb hopping... I dunno...
No gearing = slow as a fast walk
Looks like a hipster engineer was stretching his patchouli wings
It's Josh Bechtel that did it......I find that....curious........
The seat tube angle kind of points the wrong way, bet that is super comfy.
What is the advantage of this thing? that it is small enough to carry up stairs? I'd rather ride a normal bike or drive a car.(with a bike on my bike rack...)
It is just missing the giant spring so it can be a swing bike.
I would think that if you could rig some centrifugal clutch type hub in that wheel you'd could get a more practical top speed for commuting, without the addition of external drivetrain bits.
Certainly answers a question no-one asked.
I wonder if he built the prototype out of used Range Rover parts. His collection was vast
That's the dumbest ****ing thing I've ever seen.
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Tweaker hipster creation.
Yep. That about sums it up.
I don't get it.
Relatively obscure Simpsons moment where Chief Wiggum made a "question no-one asked" insult toward Lisa.
He looks totally comfortable and natural riding that. It doesn't look squirrely at all. Few things that steer with the rear wheels are.
I either never saw it or long-since forgotten it.
It's like an old skool swing bike. I've wanted to build one for years.
Loo, a guy had one in the parking lot at Windrock and couple Fest ago. Was funny as hell watching people give it a try. I wanted to but already had a few to many in me. It would have been ugly.
a unicycle with another unicycle attached to it? no thanks...
No no no no no.