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That is so funny. The fellow that builds those is named Greg Darby and he lives right around the corner from my office here in Ft Lauderdale. He built the first one as a goofball project for he and his wife and has turned it into a nice little business. I have never met him personally but he is a friend of one of my coworkers.

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In Turkey, a person had made a similar vehicle that can move it by turning the pedals. The passengers are both drinking something, pedaling, traveling in the sea, and doing sports.




Türkiye'de bir kişi buna benzer pedal çevrilerek hareket edebilen bir taşıt yapmıştı. Yolcular hem bir şeyler içiyorlar, hem pedal çevirerek denizde gezebiliyorlar, hem de spor yapmış oluyorlar. 


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