It’s like a bicycle accessory for the
lard asses lazy out there. If you’re too broke to buy a scooter and have to make do with a crummy bicycle, the Ridekick pretty much saves your day. It’s a mini-electric engine connected to your bike like a small trailer. Ideal for scaling slopes and other difficult terrain, the Ridekick saves a person the hassle of converting their bikes with a motor. The Ridekick allegedly does well when cruising an empty highway with Kenny Loggins’ “Danger Zone” blasting out the rider’s iPod.
One other thing–it does work as a trailer capable of fitting some cargo. Emphasis on ‘some’ because it’s not as if you can pack a month’s supply of Cheetos in the tiny compartment.
Here’s a video:
If intrigued, go ahead and check out the Ridekick HQ.
hey! This is the last post for 2011 from yours truly. Tomorrow is a New Year–oh cripes! It has been a pleasure writing for you, so have a good one. If you’re into the whole fireworks thing, don’t burn the house down. In case anything is set on fire…try pouring beer on it. (Always works.) This is based on personal experience, boys and girls.
Source Red Ferret
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