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March 01, 2011

Bike Desk

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"PIT IN is a table for a bicycle whose seat then functions as a chair."

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"Sitting on the saddle of the bicycle you can take a coffee break, check emails on your phone or laptop, and so on."

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Plywood; 71cm L x 90cm D x 115cm H (28" x 35" x 45").

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Love it! Assuming this is for a "drive-in" fast food joint. That is, it's a relatively short stay and then you're on your merry way. Didn't even have to leave the bike and lock it up.

Posted by: bubbub | Mar 4, 2011 1:27:54 PM

It looks as though wheel size will be a consideration in order for the desk to accommodate the bike. It's important to not lean on elbows, as they will quickly protest, but rather to sit upright, using the back and stomach muscles for support.

The desk needs to be at the correct height to avoid hunching the shoulders. Too high or too low = misery. Perhaps a person should fashion their own desk, instead of buying ready-made.

Posted by: Kay | Mar 1, 2011 1:55:52 PM

I could be wrong but I'm almost certain you ride your own bike into the desk to do whatever it is you want to do. Bueller? clifyt? Flautist? 6.02? Anyone?

Posted by: bookofjoe | Mar 1, 2011 11:32:56 AM

If you could actually ride the bike, that would be pretty cool. As it is, it's just an incredibly uncomfortable seat.

Posted by: Nathan | Mar 1, 2011 10:34:30 AM

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