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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]

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

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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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