- A man got many talking on social media as a video of his weird bike was showcased online
- The bike had four wheels but jumped like a horse
- While many remarked that it is an innovation that needs to be worked on, some trolled it
A yet-to-be-identified man left many puzzled over an odd style of road transportation he created.
The man, according to Anthony J. James on LinkedIn, made an 'interesting' four-wheeled bike.
The M-shaped ride which has two handles for direction - like a bicycle - seemed to be operated on by something beneath his legs.
And as he applies pressure to it with his legs, the carriage appears to jump. A motorbike rider captured in the viral video couldn't help but stare at the bike.
Social media users thought it could be bettered for effective use, others simply commended the innovation.
Mohammad Adil said:
"I am trying to visualize the ergonomics required to move it in reverse?"
Shreekant Srivastava wrote:
"Manually operated, easy control,zero carbon emmision, powerful brakes, best in segment ride and handling and perfect for Off roading. Just minor improvements needed for climbing over the vehicle."
Heather Houck remarked:
"Pretty sure I had a toy horse like this when I was a toddler. It was a much smaller version but the same concept."
Reiners Pierre stated:
"Now put into production + quickly so that the polluted imported vehicles can disappear in their country for the benefit of a better climate. On the other hand, exercising more as a therapy for heart failure will significantly reduce obesity."
Stacy Cooper reacted:
"This has got to be for entertainment purposes only. Because he's not getting anywhere on that thing."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a highly skilled man with no formal education had manufactured motorcycles in Katsina state.
@yunusxonline had shared photos of the talented man's works posting his numbers for those who maybe interested in reaching him.
Social media users expressed amazement at the innovation with many calling on the government to assist the man so it can be mass-produced for commercial purposes. There were those who suggested names for the bikes.