Just for fun.

I want one of these!

(Sorry about the awful music. Watch anyway, to the end.)

Keep a couple of those in a Faraday cage, against the day.

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  1. Kathleen10 says:

    Are you kidding! I would LOVE to have one of these. I wonder if there are any American counterparts to this. It is just weird to see it pulled by a handle up an incline like that, and packed?? That it tolerates water and disassembles, wow. The tires must be like inner tubes. If they have reliable motors they should be popular. Oh to have 50 acres out in the country.

  2. wmeyer says:

    Looks fun, but it’s a little expensive.

  3. Scott W. says:

    I wonder if there are any American counterparts to this

    http://m.rokon.com They used to make something similar. One was restored on an episode of Pawn Stars

  4. Is that thing made of marshmallows?

  5. majuscule says:

    I didn’t think I’d be interested…was only watching to see if I should share with my son…

    But now I want one!

  6. ihsamdg says:

    Oooo. A Taurus 2×2! Very cool! I wonder if you could rig that to make it amphibious.

  7. Charivari Rob says:

    My initial reaction is “Cool!”

    My more analytical reaction is “Hmmm. Nice. A bike rugged enough for all-terrain use and light enough to lift out of and carry over obstacles. Wait – shouldn’t I be able to ride it instead of carrying it?”

  8. NoraLee9 says:

    Did he just put that thing in the trunk of a Yugo?

  9. Venerator Sti Lot says:

    Fascinating – thank you! (But is it a false sense of security the breadth of those tires gives me? Would I be jostled off and up to my neck in the mire in no time?)

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