Trotify Lets You Reenact a "Monty Python" Skit With Your Bike
Consider a time long forgotten. A time where dysentery and The Black Plague raged throughout Europe. Think back to a time before cars, before motorcycles, before anyone knew what comfort and luxury really were. Think back to a time where the horse was the principle mode of transportation. Wouldn’t you love to be in that time? Of course you would, but you know, without all the negative points we just mentioned. Additionally, most would rather not have the need to take care of another living being. Now though, you can pretend you’re in that time period thanks to something called Trotify. RELATED: How To Get Hit By a Car is the Funniest PSA Ever
First off, it’s not a Victorian Gramophone that has all eight of Bach’s Greatest Hits, and the necessary Work Out mix designed to get you pumped! Rather, it’s a device that lets you pretend you’re riding a horse while on a bicycle. The sound is right out of a Monty Python skit, and honestly, the entire product is.
The mechanism hooks onto the front of your bicycle, and using a coconut that has been split “in twain,” a few pieces of wood, and rubber band, it knocks the coconuts together to create the same sound a horse’s hoof would make on a cobblestone street.
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When in stock, which Trotify amazingly isn’t at the time of this writing, it costs $32. However, the price doesn’t include the aforementioned coconut. No word though on if your dignity survives using it.
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