12 Oct '17, 6pm

Hackaday Prize Entry: Bellcycles are Open-Source, Compact, and Unique

Hackaday Prize Entry: Bellcycles are Open-Source, Compact, and Unique

What do we want in a bicycle? It should be able to be constructed at home, even if your home is a New York apartment. It should be Open Source so our friends can make their own. It should be compact so it won’t clutter up our little apartments. It should be unique instead of another me-too. [Alex Bell], of Bellcycles, is showing off his bicycle on hackaday.io and it fills all the requirements.

Full article: https://hackaday.com/2017/10/12/hackaday-prize-entry-bell...

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