Because there's literally no reason to, somebody went and made a little bicycle riding robot. Admittedly, I was impressed he didn't have to use training wheels. Because my little sister had to use training wheels until she was 16. And -- AND -- training pants. Oh man, you should have heard me whenever she brought a boy home. Hey Becky -- did you tell your little friend here about how you pee yourself whenever you get excited? Because she does that, bro -- be sure to tell all your friends! Plus she was born with a testicle. Our parents are still saving to have it removed. And THAT is how you keep your little sister a virgin through all of high school.
Hit the jump for a video of the bike-bot in action.
Seen here practicing for the circus, Richie Trimble provides us with a first-person view of what it's like to ride his nearly 15-foot "Stoopidtall Bike'. The bike measures 12-feet to the pedals and 14.5 to the seat. That's high. Almost as high as you'd have to be to think a ... / Continue →
This is a video of a bike headlight that projects your current speed on the road in front of you. It was hacked together using a speedometer, a little projector, and a Raspberry Pi computer. As someone in the comments pointed out, i t would be awesome if they can eventually g... / 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 →