The Walking Bike was designed by Max Knight (not to be confused with Max Rook or Max Bishop) and has a wheel of shoes instead of the traditional metal and rubber. I swear I've seen this idea in a movie or something. Anybody else remember that? Anyway, the thing actually goes, and there's a video of it in action after the jump. And by "in action" I mean a guy attempting to cross a street on it, realizing it was a bad idea, and getting off.
Because bike chains (and gold chains) are such a hot commodity in the inner city, the Inner City Bike doesn't have one. Or a comfortable seat. Or much practicality. I have to have it!
Bicycling to work may be the way to go for some, but parking could still be an issue. That... / Continue →
The Face-to-Face tandem bike is the brainchild of Taiwanese inventor Chen Yugang. It took him about a year to work out the logistics and build the thing.
His new bicycle can be ridden face-to-face, conventionally or even back-to-back as the seats rotate and the gears can be... / Continue →
This is artist Jimmy Kuehnle's invisible bike. It's made out of clear Lexan panels and, I don't know about you, but I can still see it. Jimmy's outfit: also cannot be unseen. I actually reached out to invisible jet owner Wonder Woman to see what she thought of Jimmy's bike, ... / Continue →