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The Q just made his most bizarre creation yet

It might look ridiculous, but it actually works and the footage is hilarious.

Published on Sep 28, 2023 at 10:50AM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Sep 29, 2023 at 6:39PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Kate Bain
The Q makes bike with slipper wheels

We’ve seen the bike with square wheels and we’ve seen it with no wheels at all, but now we’re getting truly spoilt.

DIY master The Q has just delivered his latest bizarre creation, and this time it’s unlike any of his others.

READ MORE! Bizarre pedal-less bicycle doesn’t have a seat or chains but is ‘more comfortable than a regular bike’

The creator has just designed a bicycle that rides on slippers.

The Q doesn’t do things by halves either, he’s incredibly meticulous.

So, even though this bike’s wheels will be made out of rubber slippers, we have high hopes for its functionality.

First up, he traces his slippers and cuts out their shape in metal.

He makes 14 separate metal cutouts and welds them all together to create a wheel.

These metal cutouts then become the base for each slipper, so the bike has some real support rather than relying on rubber alone.

Once he attaches the makeshift wheels to the frame of his bike, he kicks up his slipper and slides it onto one of the metal prongs.

After enforcing it with screws, he does the same thing with 13 more slippers.

It looks ridiculous, but ‘trust the process’.

With the front wheel done, he does the same for the back wheel, and the bike’s ready for testing.

As the bright yellow slippers rotate through the park, it looks like a trippy illusion.

But does it work? Absolutely.

With 14 rubber slippers supporting him at the front and back, The Q once again proves he’s able to recreate the wheel.

It doesn’t just look cool, the bike with slipper wheels sounds hilarious.

“The sound it makes is fantastic. Your projects are like art in motion,” one viewer said in the comments.

You can watch the full build video of the bike with slipper wheels here!

The slipper bike follows one of The Q’s most difficult builds – the mathematical equation

He cut his front wheel into thirds, and his back wheel into halves and the result was, well, we’ll let you decide for yourself.  

And before that, he built this square-wheeled bike and this bike with no wheels.

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