New idea for improving bicycles by attaching a propellor to the rear.
Introductory intertitle reads: "Here's a new one... drive your cycle by propeller. The inventor believes this method may beneficially be applied to prolong gliding."
M/S of a bicycle with a large propellor attached to the back. Man depresses pedal on the bike to show how the propellor spins when the pedals are rotated.
C/Us of the mechanism on the bike which attaches pedals to propellors. M/S of bike with propellor moving.
L/S of the man cycling along a city street. The propellor spins at speed. Good M/Ss of him cycling along - probably filmed from a moving car. Several people stand and watch the display.
"Not too difficult for Eve, either." M/S of a woman cycling along on the new contraption.
Note: some track is missing on this neg - length of print has been used for ambient sound.