Invented by 17-year old Tyler Hadzicki, the ONDA Cycle is the most unusual velocipede.A minimalist design of a seat, 3 wheels, front and rear handlebars, and a wheel lock comprise the major components of the ONDA Cycle. The front wheel and handlebars enable basic steering like a regular recumbent bike (joking aside, I understand that recumbent bikes are the fastest and most efficient forms of manpowered transportion around; too bad they look like they belong in a ring with a bear wearing a tutu.) Smaller back swivel wheels add to the bike’s repertoire of moves, and credit their control to the rear handle, which promises precise steering and trick execution. The wheel lock freezes the back wheels in a forward-facing position during basic rides and downhill adventure to preclude spinning out at high speeds.