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Discussion in 'General Conversation' started by olefin, Oct 3, 2006.
Plenty beautiful sights here in DC and some strange ones. :cool2:
Did you get a ride..?:lol:
Our life is what our thoughts make it. ~~Marcus Aurelius Antonius.
thats what i was wondering, lol
I dont have that many friends, LMAO. :cool2:
dont laugh that may just replace the minivan as personal transportation . just think a whole basket ball team could ride that to the next game .small site seeing groups could taxi around the city polution free .
Good exercise for them all for sure. LMAO
Also saves gas if the prices go back up, hehehe.
That's pretty strange alright!
Now, the Designer part of me wants to know if you took any more pictures of it. I would love to know how they managed to tie in 7 sets of pedals and chains to one drive wheel.
It looks like whoever built it, sure knew what they were doing. It's a nice looking piece of machinery even if it IS strange!
ok, but i want to steer!:lol:
porsche steering mechanism:smile2:
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Alot of thought went into that bike. I think it would be wierd to pedal one way but go side ways.
Oneb major problem Just think everyone wanting to go their way and then noone could go anywhere
I can picture it now. Ka_c4_boom, vlparrish, skipjack, skimax, Carl and Chuckie riding this to go fishing. They might have to make the basket in the middle a little bigger. Ka's ego wont fit in that little basket.:wink:
Jeb, no we didn't ride it... I think it would have been a lot of work for only two people. We hung around for awhile, we were thinking some group might try one but they never....but everyone wanted a picture of it.
Sorry to hear that Matt.
That is one strange looking bike.
I want to be the one steering...I didn't see pedals for that seat.
well now thats just odd looking
So who would be trailing who? and what if you added pegs... would it be constatuted as a bus?...... I know one thing you would sure look funny pulling a boat behind it......