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The Aqua-Cycle

Post  Warloque on Fri Nov 21, 2008 12:22 am

THE AQUA-CYCLE

Looking for something exciting in the way of a pioneering project? Well, here's the very thing, an Aqua-Cycle. It can be used for a lot of things, including water races, rescues, for water tours or bikes and even as a tow vehicle.
The Aqua-Cycle first appeared in the Scout publication of the Netherlands, Leidersbiad, and, through the kindness of a Dutch Canadian lady who works in a store near National Headquarters, we were able to have the article translated.
Some of the preparatory work on the project will have to be done at home, possibly during the winter, but the pioneering end is a natural for a camp activity. The small paddles on the back wheel are metal and must be soldered in place, while the rudder can he cut from a piece of plywood. The watertight drums can be secured from a service station or scrap yard and someone in the neighbourhood is bound to have an old bicycle frame lying around. One other piece of advice: the wood supporting the front wheel must be lashed very tightly.

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