He Rides A Dinosaur Bike Across Norway… And A Lot Of People Are Upset About It.
Markus Moestue had a dream. He didn't want to be a famous athlete, or blow up Hollywood with his acting chops. He didn't even want to strike it rich with a wild invention. No, Markus Moestue didn't want to do any of those things.
He just wanted to ride a dinosaur bicycle across Norway. And that's exactly what he did. Find out how and why he accomplished this epic feat below.
Moestue started with a three-wheeled bike. To create this machine, he welded together three bicycle frames.
Three bikes were needed to support the intended structure that Moestue wanted to create.
Using a kitchen knife, Moestue carved the dinosaur's body out of styrofoam.
He created the head and the tale in two separate pieces, to be mounted on the front and back of the bike.
He then covered the entire thing with epoxy glue, fiber coating, and red and orange paint.
The finished product mimicked the scales of a velociraptor - and not a friendly one at that.
He painted the face for even more detail, making the dinosaur look incredibly lifelike. Just look at those teeth!
When he attached the velociraptor to the bike, Moestue left space for himself in the middle. Finally, the dino-bike was complete.
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