Bicycle enthusiasts are most likely ready and willing to spend significant amounts of money on upgrading their two-wheelers and making them more user friendly.Still, just for giggles, some might agree to invest in Trotify, a state-of-the-art technology that uses coconuts to make bikes sound like horses whenever they are ridden up and down the street.
Original Content London promises that, once it hits 1000 pre-orders, it will start manufacturing and marketing these innovative bike accessories.
The “gadget” will be delivered to one's home flat-packed, and assembling is supposed to be a piece of cake. Sadly, the coconut is not included in the package.
One Trotify costs about ₤20 (roughly €25 / $32), but it all seems worthwhile if one wants to feel like the hero of a Victorian novel while taking their bike out for a spin.
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