Last Call- Big Wheel Edition


There’s a big difference between getting older and growing up, and most of that is a factor of the size of one’s toys.

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9 responses to “Last Call- Big Wheel Edition”

  1. marmer01 Avatar

    This appears to have no motor except for the guy's legs. And given the size of its sprockets and the assumed gearing, it could probably be outrun by a shaky toddler. Still, awesome!

  2. $kaycog Avatar

    I guess this would be called a quinticycle?
    "He who dies with the most toys still dies."

  3. bhtooefr Avatar

    Somewhere there's actually videos of that thing moving. It's slow. That thing will have a ton of inertia…

    1. Vairship Avatar

      And he'll have even more fun when he finally starts going at some speed and tries to slam on the brakes…

  4. Dean Bigglesworth Avatar
    Dean Bigglesworth

    Put a humongous hamster inside the wheel and it'll go much faster!

  5. Irishzombieman☆ Avatar
  6. Batshitbox Avatar

    I think I would have put an axle in between the two hubs. Just to keep my brain from doing what it's doing now, which is something like a slinky on an inclined treadmill. This thing doesn't work because it makes mechanical sense, it works because awesome. Awesome can substitute for physics. Little known law of the universe.

  7. marmer01 Avatar

    Oh, I just noticed the lack of a front axle. I guess the hub to "fork" connection is strong enough, or something.

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