Bicycle Legs is a mechanical representation of human legs applied to the task of pedaling a bicycle. Each leg is powered by two air cylinders, which represent the two major leg muscles. Visitors can activate each of the four cylinders separately. By carefully timing the activation of the cylinders, it is possible to set the legs to pedaling. With a little practice, visitors can get the legs pumping by using only two of the air cylinder muscles.
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