Cannondale prosthetic leg

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Wednesday, March 14, 2007
By Yokota Fritz


Here's an imaginative repurposing project: A Canadian Cannondale retailer used a Leftie fork as part of a prosthetic leg, which officially counts as very cool. Read more on the Brad Blog, complete with photos. Can normal suspension forks be used similarly?

More repurposing: Nuclear powered biycles, perhaps?

MAKEzine article on large-scale molding for an Human Powered Vehicle Project.

I'm in the computer industry so I see repurposed electronic parts turned into bicycle art all the time. If I post photos of my repurposed hard drives will I get Dugg too?



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