Sky Rider Bike
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Preview of the, Creator's Thombogo Sky Rider Industrial / Luxury Class Bike.
This has been a long time project which he has been working on. During this
long road, there has been some hurdles and mishaps along the way. This was the
bike which had saved the life of the same person who is being interviewed as
this interview is being read as of right now. Down below are some pictures or drawings of the bike
together in this popular C.A.D. 3D solid modeling software by, Thombogo. Even
the creator of Thombogo would strongly require using this program for forming
such sophisticated designs like the, Thombogo Sky Rider Bike.
That picture above represents as if you were looking at the bike at a down
angle at its left-side front section. Supposedly, the creator had begin
drawing the wheels, then gone to drawing the frame work and so on... Different
colors or lines would display the deferent characteristics of the bike. Now,
to view the next drawing.
This picture appears just as messy as the previous one up above. What is the
creator trying to do here? There are colored lines all over the place. The
pattern here appears to be 2D jigsaw puzzle. The left-side of the drawing
up above looks like the rear section of the bike and the trunk. Further to the
left might be the rear lights. Don't know what the creator is trying to do here?
With a drawing this complex, you would have to wonder. Is there another engineer
or a group of engineers assisting the creator creating this mysterious, time
consuming project or what. Let's take another look....
Here, the left, rear-side of the, Sky Rider can be seen. Have know idea of
what extra 3D objects are in the picture. This appears that, the,
"Hide" function used to make the lines in a more step by step detail.
It would be like bringing out the objects to the closest and then having the
farther object appear behind the closest objects. The next drawing is going to
more detail than the last three pictures. The creator did say however, that,
there is a special process to make 3D drawings come to life as he would say.
The next picture or drawing is down below.
Wow, what a render as the creator would call it! A drawing coming to life.
It's a little fuzzy but, there are some more detail to go with the drawing.
Lets all go to the, creator's workshop and see what he has to say about the,
Thombogo Sky Rider. Questions which would be commonly asked by people, the
creator would try to answer them to best of his abilities.
"Thank you, thank you. Hello everyone, I'm here today to explain to you
as what I would know. I'm sure some of you who had lived on the south-west
the windy city or Chicago, IL had remembered me during the years of, 1996
through 1998 riding my NX model bike and the, Sky Rider bike around. It was a
difficult time for my parents and for me back then. With the economy falling
to the possible brink of extinction during that time, I needed to find a solution
for survival. Allot of avenues witch I had tried had failed. So, I will try to
answer questions you would have."
Creator: "You, there."
Person #01: "Ya, does that bike have a engine on it? You know, what's
with all metal on the bike, is that like a tank or something? It appears big.
Creator: "Yo! The funny issue with that is, police officers all over
city would sometimes stop me on the street and ask me that very same question and I
would tell them no because I was simply, too pour at the time to be given or
nailed to the cross with a moving violation ticket for having no, "L" or no motorcycle
license. I had design a special gear ratio system from studying the specs on a
sheet of papers which was sent to me by, Asian engineers who work at a popular bicycle
company from over seas. I'm sure it is where their corporate office is at. But
anyway, studying their gear ratio designs help me modify the gear crank case
to make the, Sky Rider to go faster or at least up to 30 M.P.H. with out
getting tired or fatigued regardless of its weight. At the time, I had no
place of employment to save up for an, automobile to get around. In
retrospect, how could I afford to pay for a traffic ticket. The metal is to protect any sensitive
moving parts and electrical wiring under the metal body especially when riding
the, Sky Rider around in the mid-western weather.
Person #02: "Dude, that sounds cool, how heavy it that, Bike of
Creator: "Between 150 to 160 pounds. Let me tell you, she's heavy. To
ride that, you would precision balance as if you were pedaling a small motorcycle.
With that gear modification, I had to find a way to make the, Sky Rider go
faster than the, BMX bike. There were times that, I beat out some of my friends
on their bikes however, like a cheetah, a cheetah can maintain up to 70 M.P.H.
for up to a mile or so, then the cheetah would slow down. I tried going up at
least 25 M.P.H. and was stable for a couple of minutes or so. The issue is,
that my heart rate would beat up to 253 beats per minute and my head was
starting to over heart up to 100.6 degrees F each time. Knowing that, the
heart seems to be hottest area of the body, something about the circulatory
system had to be medically calibrated to avoid a heart-attack but in theory, I
believe with a third lung connected to the existing two lungs, more oxygen
could be transferred to the main arteries to cool down the rest of the body
like radiator fluid being distributed through the engine of vehicle.
Person #03: "How far did you ever go that bike and did you ever carry
or transport stuff on the bike?
Creator: "Yes, the farthest I ever gone on that bike was from my house to
somewhere at 22nd S. Cicero at a Omni food store sometime going back in the
summer year of 1997. There was this radio station called "B96.3". I
used to follow their radio van around to their group events if, I could gone that far
without getting tired of course. I liked the music they had
played on the radio at that time. I liked the D.J.'s and their music. Ah,
those where the good old days. With the speakers on my bike, the tunes sounded
cool. Did I transport stuff? Yes I did. I used carry 50 pound dog food bags or a
55 to 60 pound of a 5 gallon drum of pool chlorine each time. I was able to place
two average sized grocery bags in the trunk including other stuff which I would need
to bring home each time. The trunk is that box located between the two rear
speakers. Now, when I realized that I was going to have allot of stuff like groceries
or more barrels of pool chlorine to bring home, there would be this wooden box
cart which I would used to transport the stuff items to my home.
Person #04: "A cart, you used a cart on your bike?"
Creator: "Well, again, I didn't have a car at the time to get around
to get stuff for my parents. Because of the economy falling at time, my father
was unable to save up any reasonable money to buy me a car for my 1995 high
school graduation as he had promised. Why? He lost his job due to the falling economy
two years previous before my graduation. There was nothing logically or/and feasible
my both parents save up in the bank accept for
food and bills of course. I didn't come from family
with money or born with a silver spoon. My father was a labor who worked at a
can factory, he's wasn't a doctor, or lawyer, or Indian chief, or dentist, politician
or any of those other high-class paying job positions. For my three siblings, the was
a large ten year age gap between me and them. I'm the youngest. The economy
ten years prior for them wasn't as difficult and challenging for them to go on
with their lives as it was for me. For that wooden cart, yes, that pull cart
could hold up to 200 pounds of weight. That special gear ratio system was
able distribute more power from my legs to the rear wheel to pull the 200
pound cart while pedaling.
Person #05: "Wait, why didn't you use your folk's car to get around
instead of your bike?"
Creator: "You see, again, my father lost his job couple years previous
before my high school graduation and he had no means to save money for a new vehicle
to replace one of their two broken down autos. My mom had her car and my
father had his truck. Both of their vehicles where falling apart with one vehicle
inoperable to drive due to bad carburetor problem along with starter motor
problems and other natural mishaps to go with those auto issue too. If their
both vehicles were up and running, how could I drive them without having any auto insurance
to drive them with no employment at the time to pay my auto insurance? I was
unable to count on my sister since she was too involved with her marriage and
Person #06: "Why didn't you go into in armed forces if there were no
employment opportunities for your?"
Creator: "Oh man, another bowl of rotten cherries. You see, both of
brothers were in the service. My one brother was shipped to middle-east when
the war began on day one. He was there for about a year or more with-in
serving his four years in the U.S.M.C. He came out and he's generally suffering
from war memories like the other vets who served in the wars too. My oldest
brother was in the service too. Served 20 years, he was in the war about ten
years later after one brother was in the middle-east and something happen to
him also after he had arrived in the United States. I really can not disclose
the issue unless if I was given their permission to do so. Not all, but most
of us had gone through some type of war here or there. All I can say is this,
my both parents didn't want me to go into the armed service unlike my both
older brothers who gone in at their own will and got out. My parents feel this
time, if I would had gone in, I would been transported home six months later
in a body bag from the war.
Listen everyone, I need to complete the rest of my Sky Rider project -
Thank you all for being here tonight, thank you and have good night. I'll let
you all know about any other updates regarding the, Thombogo Sky Rider Bike.