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hotbike 04-12-08 02:40 PM

Elliptic Drive Bike
 
http://www.elliptigo.com/

This bike is based on an elliptic trainer, which simulates the motion of running.

But it has no seat!

xiamsammyx 04-12-08 04:17 PM

and $4k seems a bit out there. but it is a rad idea.

StephenH 04-12-08 05:42 PM

I'd rather have the Treadmill bike, myself!

basscadetz 04-12-08 08:28 PM

"- No genital numbness, pain, or increased risk of urological problems" is actually one of its selling points? haha

roughrider504 04-12-08 11:54 PM

That would be one crazy fixed gear.

alecw35 04-13-08 07:48 AM

less likely to get some git in a car rubbing your back wheel with there bumper

Artkansas 04-13-08 08:17 AM

Does it come with a fairing?

East Hill 04-14-08 02:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Artkansas (Post 6510148)
Does it come with a fairing?

That would be a nice addition. Personally, I like the look of an elegant saddle, and I like being able to sit down on something after riding for several hours, but it does take all kinds.

East Hill

Floyd 04-14-08 08:22 PM

I don't think it will catch on as something very practical, however it would be good for someone who actually likes the elliptical motion machines AND wants to get exercise and see the outdoors instead of the weight room...peace

mezza 04-14-08 09:39 PM

These things would be great for the novelty value but they won't sell well.

You could tour fiargrounds etc and charge people for the novelty value of having a 'ride' on one but aside from that they aren't going to do very well.

mark9950 04-27-08 06:16 AM

The stepper bike

http://www.3gbikes.com/bikes/stepper_preview.html


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