Engineer Sergii Gordieiev of The Q fitted the boots of his inline skates with bicycle wheels in order to achieve greater balance.
Engineer Sergii Gordieiev of The Q decided to see if and how square wheels would work to propel him forward on his bicycle.
Engineer Sergii Gordieiev wanted to see if and how triangular wheels would work to move him forward as he pedaled his bicycle.
Big WR turned his bicycle into a hands-free version by removing the front mechanics and attaching skateboard wheels to keep it upright.
Sergii Gordieiev cut his front wheels into three thirds to make a whole and used the previous halves as the rear wheel of his bicycle.
Jake Carlini created a novel set of rollerblades using starter bikes made for children, attached ski boots, and took them for a ride.
Not Just Bikes explains how bicycles in The Netherlands are different than those from other countries, particularly Canada and the US.
Play to DIY built an incredibly heavy yet fully functional bicycle out of concrete that weighs almost 297 pounds.
The Q engineer Sergii Gordieiev split the rear wheel of his bicycle in half and rode it around to demonstrate how two halves make a whole.