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Tag: Tricycle

Students Build Chainsaw Powered Tricycle

Students Build Chainsaw Powered Tricycle
What do you do when you are a college student who wants to zip around campus, but don’t have speedy scooter? You do what these two Georgia Tech students in Atlanta did. They used their engineering skills to create the “chainsaw trike.”

Halfbike Can Fold Down and Go Anywhere with You

Halfbike Can Fold Down and Go Anywhere with You
The folks at Kolelinia have created a unique personal mobility device called the Halfbike. It is basically a pedal-powered scooter or standing tricycle that is compact and light, so you can take it anywhere with you.
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What’s Got 14 Legs, 14 Arms, and 3 Wheels?

What’s Got 14 Legs, 14 Arms, and 3 Wheels?
This 7-person tricycle comes to us from the world’s most useful store, Hammacher Schlemmer. It seats six people too many. This thing is a nightmare because you all have to face each other and interact while you are all dressed like nerds, while everyone else is watching your group as you head to work.

Jurassic Wheels: T.Rex Tricycle

Jurassic Wheels: T.Rex Tricycle
Imagine cruising down the street on the bones of an ancient giant, like a victorious conqueror. Well, if you are in Portland, Oregon you can buy this awesome T.Rex tricycle and ride it all over the city.

An Even Bigger Big Wheel for Adults

An Even Bigger Big Wheel for Adults
We recently saw the High Roller, which is a Big Wheel for adults. It was big, but not this big. This Big Wheel is truly enormous. Like “Get the hell out of my way!” big.

Remote Controlled Steam Trike Runs on Vapors, Driven by Teddy Bear

Remote Controlled Steam Trike Runs on Vapors, Driven by Teddy Bear
Think you’ve got a bad-ass remote-control car? Well despite being painted pink, this three-wheeled R/C monster looks like it could eat most cheap plastic cars for lunch.
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