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Links 1 through 10 of 22 by Paul Raven tagged bicycle

"Push a button and Richley's gadget creates a brief, but strong, magnetic field that simulates the presence of a much larger conductor — say, the body of a car — and triggers the inductive sensor that lets the light know a vehicle is waiting." OMGWTFhax!

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"...the billboard you see above was exlusively powered by volunteers pedaling a single bicycle over a span of about 5 days. The advertisement was [...] to show off how energy-efficient LED Christmas lights are."

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'Created by Tim Pickens, this [push]bike is equipped with “200-pound-thrust engine capable of blasting him from 0 to 60 miles an hour in five seconds.”' A certain unique yet admirable lunacy.

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"Drivers pass closer when overtaking cyclists wearing helmets than when overtaking bare-headed cyclists, increasing the risk of a collision, the research has found." That's my excuse, and I'm sticking to it.

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"Fully electric powered monster chopper bike with whopping four-foot forks." Groovy...so why not build your own?

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This could come in handy when my new cruiser BMX arrives this week...

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Over 14 feet above the road surface, in fact. Mad as a sack of spanners. Link via MAKEblog.

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Yet another pushbike chopper hack...I so need more free time and a welding kit!

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That old-fashioned metal bike frame feeling a bit stale, a little too industrial-revolution for you? How about a custom one made out of wood? It might be heavier, but it'll be infinitely more cool. Link via OhGizmo!

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