Transform your bicycle into a motorcycle!

Transform your bicycle into a motorcycle!


There once was a little
boy with a big idea. He attached a card
to his bike to make it sound like a motorbike. The idea spanned generations
’til it eventually sparked an even better idea. [BELL DING] Introducing the re-imagining
of a classic, TurboSpoke. A far cry from the pitter
patter of playing cards and clothespins, TurboSpoke
transforms any bike to look and sound
like a motorbike. Running entirely on pedal power,
it doesn’t need batteries. And the faster you
go, to louder it gets. TurboSpoke fits on 95%
of bikes and installs in under five minutes. Just snap the clamp
onto the bike’s frame and tighten the two bolts
with the included hex key. Slip the exhaust pipe and one of
the three unique sounding motor cards into the clamp,
then secure them with the yellow
tab, and you’re off. The ultra durable
waterproof cards range from the sounds
of an off-road dirt bike with the blue, to the deep
growling snarl of a muscle bike with the red, and the yellow
sitting somewhere nicely in between. The exhaust pipe takes the
vibrations of the motor cards and projects the thunderous
roar like a horn. Though it looks like metal,
it’s actually flexible plastic, making it lightweight
and very tough. You can customize
your TurboSpoke with the 15 included stickers. So if you’re not exactly
impressing anyone with your so-called
tricks, at least your bike will look and sound
good while you try. So save the cards
and clothespins and transform your
bike with TurboSpoke. Buy it now at vat19.com. [SINGING] vat19.com. [DIRT BIKE SOUND]

100 thoughts on “Transform your bicycle into a motorcycle!

  1. Guys with civics. “I don’t need it. I don’t need it. I definitely don’t need it… puts this on instead of stock exhaust

  2. Makes no difference to me in terms of mechanical performance. Just makes your bike noisy. And adding extra resistance to your wheel depletes speed due to drag .

  3. the yellow card is for when you want your bike to sound like it was designed for Pennsylvanian roads.

    not quite off road but god damn it certainly isn't smooth.

  4. My neibors would crush a can and put it in the weel it made so much noise so I put a nail on the bottom of the can and it popped his weel and I told him it was the can lol next time don’t mess with me

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