The Answer to RIPTA’s Crisis?

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Busycle

image (cc) Ric e Ette

This morning I read on MAKE Magazine about the Busycle:

Called the Busycle, this bicycle behemoth moves under the power of 28 human legs, plus a driver. And while it can only go about 4 miles per hour, the infectious camaraderie of its passenger power-train just might make it exhilarating.

This looks like a fun idea. I’ve seen bicycle taxis downcity in the warmer months; wouldn’t this be a neat addition?

More information at Busycle.com

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Matthew Coolidge is co-founder of Greater City Providence. In addition to the occasional blog post about cycling, sailing, or urban rant, he works as an Electrical Engineer, often traveling to major cities and ports around the globe, or simply Warwick.

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