More Monacon!

Saturday, April 2nd, 2011 @ 9:46 | MIT, Bostoncaster, Cambridgeshire

Here’s the latest from Monacon!

The scooters proved to be quite the hit around here. People are pretty intrigued to see them move because they’re so freakin’ small. Fortunately, Pneu Scooter‘s motor is transparent, so we can also show that they are propelled by something other than magic.

Video 1: Time trials for 2-wheeled objects (ignore the 3-wheeled one) behind the famed Monte Carlo Casino.

Video 2: Bus-trike! I don’t know the actual name of this vehicle, but it’s way too long for its own good, has solar panels, tandem pedals, and a turning radius larger than some real buses. It’s so horrificaly awesome that it’s become my favorite vehicle so far.

 

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