Trotify lets your bicycle sound like a horse


Do you love the old school sound of horse’s hooves along a cobblestone road? If you have answered in the affirmative, then you might want to know what this particular creative agency known as Original Content London in London (where else?) has launched – Trotify. To put it in a nutshell, cyclists will be able to get around on their favorite, eco-friendly two wheeled machines while making the sound of a horse as they ride.

This is definitely a tongue-in-cheek addition for the urban cyclist, and Trotify takes a page out from Ikea’s book, where it arrives flat-packed and ready for self-assembly. Trotify will drive the two halves of the coconut shell together in order to deliver a convincing ‘clip clop’ sound, warning any nearby pedestrians that there is an oncoming bicycle. So far, the creators have set a target of 1,000 pre-orders by Christmas. Do you think that Trotify will be able to be a great seller when it is released?

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art mcclure Says: December 2, 2012 at 3:32 pm

go for it, I would put this on my bike!

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