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Sep 05 2011

Moonbat Tech: Greencycle-Eco Moonbatcycle

There’s no need to worry about what Obama’s war on the energy sector will do to prices when distributors can no longer afford to put gas in trucks. In our utopian green future, goods will be eco-righteously pedaled to market on a Greencycle-Eco:


Once again (see here and here), moonbats have decided to revere the polar bears by making a bicycle out of bamboo. Steel would be more durable and more recyclable, but it hasn’t been deemed sustainable by the priests of eco-correctness.

On a tip from Air2air.

26 Responses to “Moonbat Tech: Greencycle-Eco Moonbatcycle”

  1. A. Levy says:

    This is simply more evidence of why we need to reinstitute public hangings. Let the people see how well these EnviroNazi’s can dance. Besides, it’s the eco-friendly way of getting rid of our political garbage.

  2. lao says:

    Ah yes, another far right nutcase with a “final solution”.


    Another look into the future of eco-wackos and their trip into eco-insanity becuase of the diets of nuts and berries and too much granola

  4. Joe says:

    A bamboo bicycle? Why do greentards hate Pandas?

  5. dan says:

    moon bats are afraid of the (despite speculation that libs have no balls) but should be aware of bamboo splinters….or learn to pedal sidesaddle

  6. dan says:

    where did the bar go…it was there before ? ;0

  7. chillguy33 says:

    The tires, saddle, and frame are made of highly compressed shit*, and should last for miles.

    *Like Obama’s politics

  8. Garpin says:

    I’m sorry, but, this is a joke right?

    There is no doubt about the flexibility and overall tensile strength of bamboo, but the stress points on a bicycle would break down the fibers of bamboo in a matter of a year (maybe more, maybe less) or so of constant loaded use.

    In order for this to be practical, the stress points would have to be re-inforced with steel to prevent the “wobbling” out of the contact joints.

    Thus, it would be cheaper and more practical to make the thing out of metal in the first place.

  9. AmericanCitizen says:

    In the first place, bamboo is an insidious, can’t get rid of it WEED. Don’t plant it in your garden, you’ll never get rid of it. Secondly, no piss-ant eco-jerk is going to tell me what kind of bike to ride, what kind of light-bulb to buy, what kind of car to drive, what kind of heat setting versus them…eco-dhimmis…

  10. born in 76 says:

    Bahh, Progressives, those who want all of us to use a single ply of toilet paper to wipe our asses. This fact alone tells me how “progressive” they are.

    Bamboo/wooden bikes now? Don’t trees have a voice in our court systems now? Has anyone asked Mr Bamboo how he would feel to be uprooted from his cozy country side home then butchered in to a tool for human convenience? Sounds a bit evil and twisted to me.

  11. Jodie says:

    So now it’s okay to use wood (bamboo)? How soon until we are going to be using bamboo grocery bags?

  12. blue says:

    but didn’t the Professor patent Gilligan’s’ bamboo bike?

  13. Bob Roberts says:

    Though it’s rare, I’m going to have to call shenanigans on you for this one.

    That bike is made of things that are derived from or made with the assistance of petrochemicals/fossil fuels – no true “green” product has anything to do with fossil fuels.

    Everyone knows that to be green you have to live in a cave, never be involved in killing any animal or using any products that result from killing an animal and above all you cannot gain any advantage from fossil fuels in any way.

  14. Sinister66 says:

    I just pre ordered a 2012 MV Augusta F4 RR to me and a F3 for the girlfriend. That’s about as close to this an ecofriendly as I get.

  15. Bob Roberts says:

    QUESTION: Can anyone find out how much one of these costs? It’s being billed as an affordable alternative but I’m betting it costs more than my high end mountain bike.

    Here is another version:

    I’m betting it costs even more. No doubt priced well beyond the means of those who might actually benefit from having one. I looked for the price – did not find it. Can you?

    As with all great moonbat ideas, these are concepts which are not practical and likely will never get beyond the concept stage as a result.

  16. Bob Roberts says:

    Jodie says: September 5, 2011 at 10:00 am
    So now it’s okay to use wood (bamboo)?
    Yes, at least until the Obama administration decides that imports of bamboo need to be made illegal and they start raiding all the moonbat businesses who are using it to make eco-friendly products.

  17. ant says:

    So, guitars are not to be made of wood (especially when a manufacture doesn’t contribute to the Kenyan’s coffers)but bicycles are? We are infested with the termites of libtardedness, and yet, they are a minority.

  18. Daniel Shumaker says:

    When I was a kid, if we saw a kid riding this bike, we’d beat him up and take his lunch money.


    And when this winter comes you can chop it up for firewood

  20. Sgt Stadenko says:

    Who knew Gilligan’s Island could predict the future?

  21. John Lewis says:

    It looks to me as though there is a lot more metal than
    bamboo in that bike!

    I would say that if someone can make a bicycle wheel out
    of bamboo with no metal he is a bloody genius and should
    be promoted to CEO of GM!

  22. James McEnanly says:

    When most of us think of a cartoon about the future, we think of The Jetsons. When the Moonbats think of the future, they see the Flintstones

  23. gunnerjones says:

    I’d look at it if the price was right , But I’d have to say it’s probably some pretentious nonsense like the “Smart Car”. Make the rich yuppies feel good about themselves and assuage their guilt for being successful


    Let lose the woodpeckers and termites

  25. Shran For President says:

    Bamboo requires extensive chemical treatment and a complicated process to make it useful in hardwood floors (and bicycles I guess). It is NOT eco-friendly; just eco-applealing. Sure, it is replenishable, but that don’t make it better than wood.

  26. JTW says:

    For places where there’s a large native supply of bamboo but little or no steel available (SE Asia comes to mind) this might well be a nice product.
    It can be built locally, reducing transportation cost and providing local jobs.

    For general use worldwide? not so much.

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