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Old 01-30-14, 08:53 PM   #1
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Lightbulb Wooden Handcycle

I found this on YouTube. It is an intriquing concept. . It is way too flimsy for my needs. It would be good for the poorer parts of the world when nothing else is available.
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Here is the address of a large group of volunteers who make very practical handpowered trikes for thirdworld very poor people:
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