Friday, 5 September 2014

7 crazy bike designs


Sometimes you just can't help but ask yourself... what were they thinking? 

Here you go, 7 designs that were meant to inspire - but never lived up to expectations when it came to selling them to the masses. 

Read the full article with detailed explanations on Gizmodo

Let us know in the comments below if you've spotted any crazy looking bikes around Adelaide. 



1. Aerodynamic racing machine (1913)

?7 Crazy Bikes That Almost Changed Cycling Forever (and Then Failed)

2. Lever-drive recumbent bicycle (1923)

?7 Crazy Bikes That Almost Changed Cycling Forever (and Then Failed)

3. Bicycle with weather protection (1959)

?7 Crazy Bikes That Almost Changed Cycling Forever (and Then Failed)

4. Bicycle-scooter hybrid for the urbanite (1978)

?7 Crazy Bikes That Almost Changed Cycling Forever (and Then Failed)

5. The lightweight plastic bicycle (1982)

?7 Crazy Bikes That Almost Changed Cycling Forever (and Then Failed)

6. A front-cranked shapeshifter (1984)

?7 Crazy Bikes That Almost Changed Cycling Forever (and Then Failed)


7. A folding small-wheeler for the military (1909)

?7 Crazy Bikes That Almost Changed Cycling Forever (and Then Failed)

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