In a strange turn of events, a villager converts a bike into a four wheeler using bicycle tires. The amount of innovation and creativity people possess is worthy of applause. We come across numerous instances of people performing ‘jugaads’. It is the ability of a person to accomplish a task within the means at his/her disposal. That is a prevalent trait among Indians, making them successful in any environment. Now, not all such activities necessarily comply with the law. Let us take a look at the details of one such case here.
Villager Converts Bike into Four Wheeler
This post comes from armylosers on Instagram. It captures the man while creating this bizarre contraption. He takes the wheels off of what looks like an old Yamaha motorcycle. In fact, the entire seat and other components have been ripped off. He then installs bicycle tires on an arrangement which is able to accommodate four wheels. That essentially makes it into a four-wheeler. In the latter part of the video, he is able to drive it out on the road as well. That is quite fascinating to witness. He is able to steer it well using the stock handlebars and the seat has been placed back.
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Such contraptions are great for learning or hobby projects. But these can pose serious safety challenges while out on the road. This is not just for the rider, but also for other road users. Clearly, the dimensions of this ‘motorcycle’ have been changed. Therefore, it is challenging to manoeuvre. Also, other people could be taken aback by it, especially during the night drives. It still has a single headlamp. One can’t correctly judge the exact dimensions of it in the dark. This makes it accident-prone.
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We appreciate the ingenuity and creativity to develop such a unique machine. However, we must advise our readers to watch such cases online for entertainment purposes only. Such vehicles are not road-legal. Therefore, you can’t go out on the roads if you make something like this on your own vehicle. Alternatively, you could perform such activities for educational purposes as well. In any case, stay away from such customizations for personal use. In addition to legal concerns, there are safety challenges as well.
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