The Bacon & Cheese Machine


This human-powered, pedal-driven, single-track vehicle, having two wheels attached to a frame, one behind the other was introduced in the 19th century in Europe. Nowadays, there are more than a billion bicycles worldwide, twice as many as automobiles. In some regions, they are the only transportation, used not only for recreation but for work also. Bicycles have been adapted for police and military applications, general fitness, children’s toys and bicycle racing. The basic shape and configuration of a safety bicycle or a typical upright, has changed little since the first model that was developed around 1885 and was chain-driven. Yet, many details were improved since the advent of modern materials and computer-aided design, that allowed a proliferation of specialized designs for all sorts of cycling. In terms of advancing modern industrial methods and culture, this invention has had enormous effect on society. Many of the key components of the automobile were initially invented for bicycles, even pneumatic tires, ball bearings, tension-spoked wheels and chain-driven sprockets.
The result of a nowadays collaboration between GermanMcBess andPG Bikes is the Bacon & Cheese Machine is the bike we will show you today. A bicycle sponsored by The Dudes Factory, with a unique modern style, that we hope you will like!