Guy Replaces Bike Tires With Massive Saw Blades So He Can Ride On Frozen Lake

Guy Replaces Bike Tires With Massive Saw Blades So He Can Ride On Frozen Lake

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In some countries, a cold terrain and atmosphere have many people cooped up behind their doors. The period of riding bikes in the sun while enjoying a cool outdoor isn’t occurring now; instead, people face cold winter in an unending quarantine. It turned out, for a few people, the frozen lake isn’t limiting as it has created an avenue to be innovative

Specifically, for The Q – a video content creation channel, the frozen lake has provided an ideal condition to test out their latest project, which can be dubbed ‘Icy-cycling.’ The project features a road bike whose tires were replaced entirely with a huge circular saw blades. It visible that circular saws aren’t just used for cutting wood as they can effectively act as wheels for a bike. 

The Q latest project saw bike tires entirely replaced with a huge circular saw blades

The Q

Circular saws aren’t just used for cutting wood as they can effectively act as wheels for a bike

The Q

In a viral YouTube clip viewed over 15million times, The Q was seen disassembling the bike’s 26inch wheels, after which the tires got deflated, the spokes got detached, and the cog got soldered. The bike’s rear cassette was first broken down into its modules to be then welded and fitted for the incoming circular saw blades. 

The Q disassembled the bike’s 26inch wheels, after which the tires got deflated and the cog got soldered

The Q

The frozen lake provided an ideal condition to test out the latest project, which can be dubbed ‘Icy-cycling

The Q

The Q’S initial test run didn’t go as planned, but after minor metal fixtures to the ends of each tooth around the circular saw blades, it became a success

The Q

As shown in the clip, when the round saw blades got placed between the bike’s rear chainstays, its original chains accommodated the new tires with assistance from a welded disc wheel. However, the Q’S initial test run didn’t go as planned, and it did result in returning to the shop for some fixes that entailed welding minor horizontal metal fixtures to the ends of each tooth around the circular saw blades. 

The bike’s rear cassette was first broken down into its modules to be then welded and fitted for the incoming circular saw blades

The Q

When the round saw blades got placed, the bike’s original chains accommodated the new tires with assistance from a welded disc wheel

The Q

Eventually, the wheels did grip the ice perfectly and even made turns

The Q

The genius fix luckily led to the icy-cycling success; the wheels did grip the ice perfectly and make turns. Nonetheless, The Q is equally recognized for another bike design named Shoe Bicycle. It’s quite similar to a mountain bike design, except that the wheel’s rim was replaced with many shoes. You will agree that this is indeed creativity at the highest peak, right?

A Step-By-Step Explanation Clip Of How The Circular Saw Blade Bike Was Birthed