Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) December 18, 2009
The "Alienalias Disk" could make a mountain bicycle look more stylish. The unit could create striking visual effects while the bicycle is in motion. Featuring easy-to-install assembly, the eye-catching design could garner attention from on-lookers.
The Alienalias Disk would consist of a decorative panel, which would measure 21-inches in diameter and would be producible from lightweight, weather-resistant thermoplastic. The unit would secure to a bicycle's axle bolt outside of the existing wheel. The unit would feature a series of six arm-like extensions from a central point or hub. Spade-shaped extensions, each with a pair of oval cutouts, would be positioned on the end of each arm. The extensions would be designed to resemble a caricature of a space alien's head (cutouts would be intended to resemble "alien" eyes.) Each extension would be connected by a thin exterior ring or rim. The central portion of the panel would be affixed to a sealed-bearing rotating hub. As the bicycle moves the panel would turn independently of the wheel. When the bike is stopped, the panel would continue to spin, similar to the action of modern spinning automotive rims. The invention may be offered in a variety of styles, sizes and designs.
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