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Old 12-02-15, 10:27 PM   #1
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Sofa Bike

The bike co-op entry in this year's Festival of Lights Parade is coming along nicely. The sofa bike is the cornerstone piece. It rolled even smoother when I put some air in the front tire.

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Old 03-02-16, 09:50 PM   #2
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The bike looks so heavy~hahaha,maybe comfortable
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I like it!
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my local co-op is talking about making something for some event here (I work nights so I can never really get into whatever they're doing). i'll send them a link of this.
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It reminded me of the Couchbike by Bicycle Forest a number of years ago. Their's is a tandem.

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love these! Especially the recumbent love seat bike!!!!!
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I like it too. Looks very comfortable
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what? no widescreen TV? are you savages?! LOL
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