Times are never dull in the Netherlands. As part of the Designhuis 'Bicyle' exhibition, Swedish designer Anders Jakobsen has created a roller-coaster for bicycles. The rustic structure, made with a chainsaw and pieces of salvaged wood is open and available for anyone with the nerve to take a shot at the bumpy narrow path, steep banks and hills. The highest point is said to be 2 meters off the ground.
Better wear a helmet!
The exhibition runs through to October 5, 2008 in Eindhoven, and Designhuis says its goal is to, â€œgive an overview of the bicycle in its context, as a means of transport, a social phenomenon, as a means of recreation, as a lifestyle, as a means of engaging in (top-class) sport.â€
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