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Postby Fenlason » Sun Dec 26, 2010 8:30 am

Dan Hannebrink.. makes these using shaved down 4 wheeler tires..

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Postby SteveF » Tue Dec 28, 2010 7:38 pm

Fenlason wrote:
mezmo wrote:What's with the Hammer and Sickle and the Cyrillic [Assuming Russian]
printing at the top of the video screen on the web site:
http://www.ktrakcycle.com/

Just curious.

Also, I have a book somewhere, that I can't locate at the moment, that
has a picture of a bike with dual wheels front and back for snow traveling.
It looked like they widened both forks to accommodate the dual wheels and
tires. I think it was in a photo spread about snow biking in Canada. I thought
it quite inventive, don't know how hard it would be to pedal though.

Norm/mezmo


hmmm of hand I don't personally recall any dual wheeled bikes..

:thinking:

I know early on.. people were lacing up to rims side by side.. and actually sewing two tires together..



Coincidently, there is just such a bike on ebay right now.

http://cgi.ebay.com/High-Intensity-Bike ... 33637a1c8b
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Postby Fenlason » Tue Dec 28, 2010 8:21 pm

SteveF wrote:
Fenlason wrote:
mezmo wrote:What's with the Hammer and Sickle and the Cyrillic [Assuming Russian]
printing at the top of the video screen on the web site:
http://www.ktrakcycle.com/

Just curious.

Also, I have a book somewhere, that I can't locate at the moment, that
has a picture of a bike with dual wheels front and back for snow traveling.
It looked like they widened both forks to accommodate the dual wheels and
tires. I think it was in a photo spread about snow biking in Canada. I thought
it quite inventive, don't know how hard it would be to pedal though.

Norm/mezmo


hmmm of hand I don't personally recall any dual wheeled bikes..

:thinking:

I know early on.. people were lacing up to rims side by side.. and actually sewing two tires together..



Coincidently, there is just such a bike on ebay right now.

http://cgi.ebay.com/High-Intensity-Bike ... 33637a1c8b


this is more beastly than the one's I was referring to. I did not know of this. Thanks for posting.. :D
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