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Tag: Clowns




Skoota electric scooter by Stuart Emmerson

Last year we published several posts about unicycles. At that time, we wished we could all use one to go to work until we realized the cold and snowy weather would not let us do so. In August, we started the ‘Unicycle Series of Posts’ with the eniCycle: eniCycle: electric unicycle for lazy circus clowns; in September, we followed with the YikeBike: YikeBike: high wheel bicycle of the 21st century, and in October, we introduced you to the Honda ...


Honda U3-X: motorised unicycle from Japan

We love unicycles. We wish we all come to work using an unicycle. Just so we can have fun looking at each others. In August, we started the ‘Unicycle Series of Posts’ with the eniCycle: eniCycle: electric unicycle for lazy circus clowns and in September, we followed with the YikeBike: YikeBike: high wheel bicycle of the 21st century. Now, let us introduce you to the Honda U3-X! Honda presented the U3-X last month and here is what we know: the ...


YikeBike: high wheel bicycle of the 21st century

Last month, we introduced you to the eniCycle: electric unicycle for lazy circus clowns; today we want to show you the YikeBike: high wheel bicycle of the 21st century. And we are very serious about it: the YikeBike has been released at EUROBIKE on September 2, 2009 and this is a radical electric bicycle that just weighs 9.8 kilograms and folds to 67×56×12 cm to fit in a backpack. And it definitely looks like a high wheel bicycle from the Victorian era ...


eniCycle: electric unicycle for lazy circus clowns

Have you ever try unicycling? Bad souvenirs… But there is now a solution for the lazy circus clowns you are. Slovenian inventor Aleksander Polutnik created eniCycle, an electric unicycle operated by a self-balancing gyroscope system with an embedded processor and powered by an electric motor. This is one wheel of fun, gyroscope stabilization prevents falling forward / backward and direction steering is done by pressing on the left/right foot rest. ...


The 2009 Coney Island Rockabilly Festival

The annual Coney Island Rockabilly Festival presented by Cockabilly Records will take place on Labor Day Weekend, September, 04, 2009 – September, 07, 2009. As usual, the festival is about live Burlesque, sideshow and Rock ‘n’ Roll with more than 100 acts during the week-end. More info on Cockabilly Records’ Myspace page. I wish I lived in Brooklyn! Get your tickets, you lucky ones!






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