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Friday, October 27, 2006
By Yokota Fritz


From Engadget:

Michael Una built what he calls the Beat-Bike v.1, a "bicycle-controlled drum machine." He's loaded up this bike with sensors on the frame, which are activated by turning the front wheel, or, y'know, riding the thing. As Michael writes: "Once activated, they trigger a momentary sounding of a single drum sound- kick drum, snare, tom-tom, and "disco-bleep" from a kids' toy drum machine. As the wheel spins, the sensors are triggered in a sequence which becomes an audible, repeating drum beat."

Beat-Bike brings "disco-bleeps" to cycling - Engadget. Seen via Bike Search.



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