The Velocipede Improbulator from Stefan Raabe on Vimeo. This movie by Stefan Rabe features Matt on some of his less terrifying bikes.
Matt has never build a bike that couldn’t be ridden. But some are more ride-able than others. I’ll let you guess which end of the scale this one is. You can go visit it at[…]
Matt says this is the only bike he is really afraid of riding. It’s hard to see why. You can also set it on fire if you’re in the mood.
Good for carrying over one arm on the tram.
Don’t overthink it.
In more ways than one.
Perfect for riding through the jungle.
If you had one of these when you were a kid, you would’ve been much more popular. Some of Matt’s bikes look like childhood dreams. But some kids have very strange dreams.
There are tall bikes. . . . . . and then there are really tall bikes.
Matt was the only person in his Penny Farthing workshop to make bright orange wheel rims. This bike is named ‘Reg’, after his tandem loving grandpa.
And here it is in action:
Perfect for the learner Penny Farthingist.
Imagine Tina Turner riding this one in tight leather pants.
The bike in the middle is what happens when two bikes love each other very much. . .