Stilt Cycle Has Two Legs Instead of Wheels From the 1930s

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Wooden legs replace the wheels on a stilt cycle made by a Los Angeles man who proudly boasts that he can now sit down while walking, ca. 1930s. The two legs are pedaled like a bicycle, the rider balancing on a seat at the end of a vertical bar.

Inventor Walter Nilsson developed this peculiar construction, which makes it possible to sit while you are walking, ca. 1930s.

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