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Lacking some HorsePower? Trotify your whip.

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What is this? Well, it’s not quite as cool as the wheelie-bar or the bicycle exhaust system, but if you’re a horse lover, this is full of win. This wooden device sits on your front wheel and makes clippity clopity noises as you cruise.

Mountain bikers. This is perfect for all those trails you couldn’t poach before because of “horse people!”

Head past the break to do Monty Python proud.

Only £19.99 + shipping. Happy holiday shopping!

Via Trotify

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Chris
Chris
10 years ago

hmm…. needs a little work to sound like a horse trotting. Sounds more like a train clacking down the tracks. neat idea, nonetheless.

weekendwarriorwally
weekendwarriorwally
10 years ago

How much does it weight?

I’ll wait for the carbon version.

Ben
Ben
10 years ago

I think if you had two side by side it would sound pretty close to a horse.
Ahhh, run away!

David
David
10 years ago

It just needs to leave a trail of sh*t and you would feel at home, 100+ years ago.

Jordan
Jordan
10 years ago

Useless but awesome. Anything inspired by Monty Python deserves some attentions, this one is a work of clear brilliance! Not posh enough to own a horse Trotify! (It’s what King Arthur did after all)

Jordan
Jordan
10 years ago
landon
landon
10 years ago

hahahahaha

Mr. Bojangles
Mr. Bojangles
10 years ago

David’s comment wins!! This could be our first step to trail access. We just need to figure out how to make the bike sh!t all over the place and we might break into the designated National WIlderness Lands!!!

btw…what a cool little gadget! If I had money to burn I would get one in a heartbeat! Klunker/cruiser worthy material right here!

Matt
Matt
10 years ago

How many sparrows does it carry?

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