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  1. Systematic mix of a little dose of technic abilities, enthusiasm for biking, and wondering about the flow of time results in the permanent bicycling automaton. Time flows, seasons are changing, and the wheels of the bike go round and round: Turn the crank! It's time for the alliance of Lego system with Lego technic! Support on Lego Ideas! Bicycle, Bicycle, BICYCLE!
  2. This set recently appeared in my Twitter feed and I wondered if anyone here could shed any light on it. I've searched for many words to describe this, including "cargo bike", "bakfiets" (a Dutch cargo bike, which it has a great resemblence to), "life of Budapest Lego" etc and nothing has come up. I've also tried searching for the set number on Google, Brickset, Peeron and Ebay, and it just comes up with part number 2620 and Duplo set 2620, which is a sports car released in 1980. Could this be a promotional set only given out at a convention or something similar? Any info would be great, as a big fan of cycling infrastructure in the Netherlands and of Bakfietsen, I'm very intrigued by this.
  3. Just for fun there is this simple vehicle: - Chain belt for drive - Steering - Hand brake for both rear wheels - Seat suspension.
  4. Ron Dayes

    A Lego Postman's Struggle...

    Hi all I just thought that we dont hear much about a cities postal service in the Town forum, so lets shed some light onto these brave men (- or at least one -) who risk their lives for our vacations greetings cards and magazine orders ! The hunt is on... enjoy The Struggle #1 by Ron Dayes, auf Flickr
  5. Paul B challenged me in So, theres my answer. Yes, also not perfect, some 2h together with dinner. Paul B, now You can start to critisize me. And now is Your turn
  6. This is my first attempt of building BMX bike..i was inspired by Jurss and Charbel...i only have limited parts...please do give comments and critics..thank you in advance
  7. Specialized Mountain bike Story: As an obsessed cyclist and technic builder, I wanted to create a full suspension bike with real geometry and functions. The original model is the Specialized Safire MTB back from 2009. Parts count: 200 Functions: -front suspension -rear suspension -turning handlebar -moving pedals and gears -stand Desing elements: - valves - authentic colour - disc brakes It contains alltogether 200 pcs (including 36 chain link) You can watch the model in action on youtube: Please note that the video was made last year with 203 pcs. For my entry I have removed 3 pcs which were not needed. Now unfortunately I don't had the time to shoot, cut, edit the 200 pcs video version. These are the additional pcs on the video: - Black technic bush - 2 pcs - Light bluish grey technic bush 1/2 smooth - 1pc You can build the model by watching the .
  8. Hello Eurobricks members! Today I would like to show you a rickshaw, in Polish language - riksza Dimensions: Length – 28 cm Width – 17 cm Height – 18 cm (without mirrors) Weight – 298 grams More pictures in my gallery
  9. Here are some pics of the new Town Square pizza and bike shop after being converted to a modular building. Still have a few more things to add to the interior, but it's nearly done.