Rocket Powered Shopping Cart
The rocket powered shopping cart is powered by a liquid fuel pulse rocket made from instructions found on the Internet and some scrap parts
Its metal glows red hot at temperatures up to 600°C, so he has to sit with his back to a heat shield.
Inventor said: "It can’t go on roads, runs out of fuel after two minutes and at over 50mph
becomes unstable. People think I’m off my trolley but it’s exhilarating." Source
Real Rocket Bike
What does a propulsion engineer do when he wants to experience the power of a rocket without going to space? He simply bolts one to a bike. Tim Pickens rocket bike is the real thing. It runs on roofing tar, of all things. Source
Rocket Powered Wheelchair.
Ky Michaelson built this chair in 1997, because if he ever needed a wheel chair he wants it to be rocket powered. The rocket uses 90% Hydrogen to propel it. The Rocketman site has a fantastic collection of images of rocket powered creations by Ky Michaelson Source
The advantage of a rocket powered luge is that you get to see the maximum effect of speed, or account of being 2 inches off the ground on a dinner tray. Source
Rocket powered Sinclair C5
.People who could remember the C5 could immediately see that the Segway was destined to be an instant failure.
Like the Segway, the C5 was a device which naively ignored the cultural aspects of design. It is the last thing on earth you would associate with being rocket powered, and so someone has, of course, built one. Source
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