The Trike Powered by Two Bosch Power ToolsS

Nevermind your concerns over the safety of the EX trike; just think of the thrill you'd get as the wind strokes your face when hurtling down the road at 30kph (18mph.) Built using modified bike parts and a pair of Bosch power-screwdrivers, the driver steers by twisting their body to move the back wheel, and controls the brake and gas with just a squeeze of the handles.

Worryingly, the EX trike website says that "the headlong position gives you an exiting driving experience," which is certainly a freudian slip if ever I saw one. As you can see from the image below, the engine is actually a pair of 18V Bosch power tools, meaning the driver could have a few spare Li-ion batteries stashed in his backpack for an extra-long trip.

The Trike Powered by Two Bosch Power ToolsS

It's probably just as well this EX trike is the work of several enthusiasts, and won't ever see the light of day in a bike shop. I mean, just look at it! [Nils Ferber via EcoFriend via OhGizmo]

The Trike Powered by Two Bosch Power ToolsS