Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Multi Tool Bike

Alt: Swiss Army(tm) Bike
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This bicycle utilizes the ample space within its frame for folding tools such as can be found in popular multi-tools, such as the Swiss Army Knife(tm).

This bike would feature the regular assortment of tools, except substantially larger due to the size of the bike. There would be a large saw, and some hedge clippers, a sword, bolt cutters, and perhaps a large wrench.

In the handles of the Multi Tool Bike would be a pair of smaller multi-tools of the regular variety.

rcarty, Dec 17 2009

Scythed chariot http://en.wikipedia...iki/Scythed_chariot
just the thing for cutting through traffic. [8th of 7, Dec 17 2009]

Lawnmower attachment http://www.woodenbi...com/lawn-mower.html
//What lessons were learned?: It looks cool and is marginally working.// [pocmloc, Dec 19 2009]


       Do the blades detach, or must the user wield the entire bike?
pocmloc, Dec 17 2009


8th of 7, Dec 17 2009

       The entire bike must be wielded.
rcarty, Dec 18 2009

       //a large wrench.//   

       I had to read that three times over in order to insure that I had read that correctly.
skinflaps, Dec 18 2009

       and what would've happened if you hadn't read it correctly ?
FlyingToaster, Dec 18 2009

       I'd be sleeping on the floor.
skinflaps, Dec 18 2009

       I get it! The point to is mutilate the bicycle rider when he / she falls, should he / she not be already sufficiently hurt by the fall. I like it!
DavideAndrea, Dec 18 2009

       Add a lawn mower attachment and you're in business. The visual deserves a[+]
outloud, Dec 19 2009

       He's driving a geek chariot!
lurch, Dec 19 2009


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