It's a better, faster, funner scooter. Ready for Maker Faire 2010!
Combining the front end of a mountain bike with the back end of a kick scooter makes a high performance scooter that is easy to ride.
The high wheel shape (aka penny farthing) hearkens back to the 1880s when big wheels ruled the roads. They too were pursuing greater comfort and more speed.
Video of synchronized scootering at youtube: www.youtube.com/watch
Dumpster rescued items including: scooter, mountain bike front end, floor boards, spray paint.
Store bought items: 4 nuts and bolts, 2 grips, varnish, 3 feet of 1.5" steel tube
Other unusual bikes located at: www.woodenbikes.com/