‘Synth Bike 2.0’ is a Synthesizer, on a Bicycle… #MusicMonday!
I have never considered a bicycle’s split top-bar as being used like rails for holding any sort of keypad, but that honestly is a very good use of that space on a bicycle, among other Synth Bike 2.0 designs. That said I’m sure repairs are a constant requirement of this ride. Watch:
FINALLY SYNTH BIKE 2.0 for riding around and jamming.
set the video to HD with the cog on the bottom right of the video.
Its a 1973 raleigh chopper with a drum machine/sampler/analog synth built into it in the front panel and top of the frame. tempo can be controlled by a built in clock tempo, or the front wheel, so the faster or slower you go the faster or slower the music goes.
shoutout to Johnny Goddard for helping us film this bad boy in victoria park.
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