Thanks for the link! I enjoyed the whole almost-three-minute video, but especially the Penny Fakething. As far as I know, you're the only one to make a multispeed velocino with a big front wheel, and it looks surprisingly rideable.
Hats off to the National Geographic dude. He was having a blast testriding your vehicular experiments, all of which are creatively from way out where the busses don't run.
Looking at the video, a large power company grid seems to abut your workshop. Coincidence? Or are you tapping the EMF and RFI (Electro-Magical Force and Ratbike Fabricating Influence)?
Likewise thanks for the link.. I built a reverse fake penny with a little wheel in front of a unicycle and steering that reaches up to where I need to steer..I was going to put a pic but am not electronically brainworthy yet.
Seriously, that ****'s a trip. I didnt get the chopper thing at all, except it looks brutish.
Pretty cool stuff, though - I wish I had that guys job.
"Watch out for giants; they are boorish fools with tongues wagging, drunk upon their own words.
They will try to teach you a lesson if given the chance, and you will stumble over their stinking feet."
wow...nearly lost his teeth falling into the flatbed !!!
Looks very fun. I'd love to muck around with those.
There's a vid of a spring-powered bike on that page now. Looks like the kinda spring used in overhead garage doors. You know, the kind that occasionally get loose and punch a hole in the garage wall...