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  • Here’s a hint: It doesn’t “neigh”

Because of course it did, Original Content London—a “creative concept and innovation studio” located on the other side of the pond—dreamed up a way that your bicycle can mimic the clip-clop of a trusty steed ambling down a cobblestone path. Fitting to the bike’s front brake mount, Trotify is an elaborate wooden device that ships flat in one amalgamated laser-cut piece and breaks apart for home assembly. The purchaser is next tasked with locating a coconut, slicing it in half and gutting it, and securing it to the device so that, as the bike moves, the top half claps with the bottom and creates a charming sound of yesteryear—yep, think Monty Python.