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Stationary Bicycle Mobile

A stationary bicycle powered mobile increases reflexes through training.
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This is similar to the mobiles that hang over infants cribs. However it is much larger and is on a tall sturdy stand. A stationary bicycle or bicycle trainer powers its motion. Various things hang from it including a large stuffed bird, a tree branch, a stray cat nobody will miss, a bucket of water, a car grill, a bastard file, and a small child on a tricycle. As you pedal the mobile spins and the objects swing into your path. The objects pendulate so they only occur directly in front of the rider randomly.
rcarty, Nov 15 2013

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       // a small child on a tricycle //   

       If this is an actual small child, suspended by a cord around its neck, we will award an immediate bun.   

       A similarly suspended cat included in the idea would be similarly rewarded, and what is more we will bun every other idea you have ever posted.
8th of 7, Nov 15 2013
  

       You're dangling buns in another manner.
rcarty, Nov 15 2013
  

       Meow meow cat, meow meow tricycle, meow meow.
JesusHChrist, Nov 16 2013
  

       Is it possible to swerve? Or do the bits just hit you in the face?
mitxela, Nov 16 2013
  

       I suppose the action is to move your upper body out of the way, but I suppose the handlebars could move the bike left and right with some sort of lever and pivot system.   

       Edit - actually I was thinking about this and a mechanism that is handlebar controlled that tilts the bike left and right would be a good upper body exercise.
rcarty, Nov 16 2013
  
      
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