David Osborne Travels Everywhere With His Portable Drum Set

By: Tisah Tucknott - Published: May 18, 2009   Updated: Jul 20 2011 • References: gearfuse
David Osborne, a traveler from Australia, has created a DIY drum kit by using parts from an old bicycle. He claims that the kit takes just 20 minutes to transform a bike into a drumcycle, which includes 5 cymbals, 3 snare drums and a foot pedal.

This funky, white, drummer boy has certainly created the coolest drum set on the block that perfectly fits into two bags and a back pack.

Implications - I'm not too concerned when this rhythmic vehicle is in its drum-mode as the parts are stationary and unlikely to harm others. I just hope that when David Osborne rides this thing down the street, pieces of his kit doesn't just fly off and harm pedestrians. Stats for DIY Drumcycles Trending: Older & Mild
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