In the wake of world concern about the rising price of oil comes one man's, very individual, answer to the crisis.
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Background: In the wake of world concern about the rising price of oil comes one man's, very individual, answer to the crisis. He simply ignores fuel costs by riding a bicycle. And whilst this may not seem an entirely original solution, Brady Daniels' bicycle is about as original as he can make it.
It all began when Brady, from Rome in the southern state of georgia, U.S.A., decided that his ordinary two-wheeler might benefit from a special air horn. Then he thought he'd like a musical ride and added a stereo tape deck. Then - a television, a drink cooling device, and a special headlight to complete his list of bright ideas.
Despite the fact that Brady's superbike, with its load of optional extras weighs more than three hundred pounds - he rides it to and from work every day, a round trip of twelve miles. How he listens to his stereo, watches television and concentrates on the road all at the same time - only Brady can explain.