Even stationary and riderless, the Fliz looks rather odd
Even in a still picture, the scooting motion required to ride the Fliz is apparent
The Fliz being ridden by someone clearly practised in the art
The frame dimensions of the Fliz
How the Fliz belt system works
Without being visually shown, it isn't immediately obvious how one would ride the Fliz
Bicycles haven't really changed much in over 100 years. Of course the materials used, technologies employed, and safety equipment utilized have all improved a great deal, but two wheels, one of which is linked to pedals by a chain, is still the basic layout. The old adage of "don't fix what isn't broken" applies here in no uncertain terms, but that doesn't mean engineers and designers can't toy with the idea of changing things up a little. The Fliz changes things up a lot ... not necessarily for the better, but it's a fun concept regardless.
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