that's looks totally safe.
And the guy with one hand in the air looks like he feels totally safe as well doesnt he?
OMG, I couldn't say I would do that. What is that guy wearing up front??
Ok is it a real picture?
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Way to go *jack*, great I
Snowy, the guy on front depends on which way they are going, eh? I wonder how long it takes to switch the lead direction.
Good one LO
Those voices in your head aren't real, but they have some great ideas
how nauseating would it be to be the guy on the back?
What happens when they come to a stop sign?
Maybe the guy running along is a human kickstand...Originally Posted by moxfyre
It redefines tandem riding for sure!
And I though my tires were hard to find.
Thats how I felt when I went from a 650c tri bike to a 700c road machine.
OHH MAN! this guy's my new idol!Originally Posted by * jack *
than is an awesome pic! seriously...awesome!!
Craziness. It would be cool if they could use the same wheels, but place the riders about 1' from the ground, between the wheels. That would make for a very stable ride, I think.
OH!!!! With that same idea you could make the bike a recumbent, with one rider stacked on top of the other, like bunk-beds.
Is it not the first bike with a reverse gear....
That just confirms that bicycles are the work of the devil!!!
Although he may not be absolutely confined to earth (e.g. Job 1:6), the earth is where Satan now rides and has his throne -
I thought it was Sheldon, too!
Higher ground for the apocalypse!
It looks terrifying just thinking about an abrupt stop. I wonder if the guy in the back loses his breakfast, will it hit the wheel and come back on him 3-4 times??
Yah, its a real bike. Didi holds the record for the worlds' largest
working bike (or something like that) I remember seeing a piece
on Didi and the bike on the Tour coverage (don't remember which