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Bat'leth handlebars

For competitive bike jousting ...
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Replace handlebars with an appropriately sized Bat'leth (link). Pointy bits forward, of course.The mind boggles at the opportunities for mayhem.
kdf, Aug 10 2020

Bat'leth https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bat%27leth
[kdf, Aug 10 2020]

Bicycle sightings in Star Trek https://memory-alph...om.com/wiki/Bicycle
[kdf, Aug 14 2020]

Klingon Baldric https://memory-alph...ric#Klingon_baldric
I can imagine a Klingon warrior using THAT as an improvised weapon as well ... [kdf, Aug 14 2020]

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       A "standard" design Bat'leth puts your hands in an awkward position. You'll nee to re-align them, which will screw up the smooth lines that a Bat'leth is famous for...
Also, will it have a central quick-release, in case of unexpected combat?
neutrinos_shadow, Aug 11 2020
  

       There should totally be Klingon bikers. They seem a natural fit.
RayfordSteele, Aug 14 2020
  

       "Klingon bikers"
-RayfordSteele, Aug 14 2020
  

       Yes, that makes a lot of sense. There are a few bicycle references in Star Trek - and some props made of bike PARTS over the years, including the Klingon Baldric.
kdf, Aug 14 2020
  

       A Klingon motorcycle club would be awesome...
8th of 7, Aug 15 2020
  

       Klingon motorcycle club: long handled blunt instrument for damaging or destroying the two-wheeled vehicles of the enemy.
neutrinos_shadow, Aug 15 2020
  

       "Klingon Motorcycle Club."   

       Yes. Over here we call them bikers, or biker gangs.   

       People who ride bicycles, are of course, bicyclists.
RayfordSteele, Aug 17 2020
  
      
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