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5/14    It's Spike Mike!
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The Connective The Connective is a crowd-sourced digital magazine made in just 48 hours, chronicling how our conversations with our things are thoroughly changing our world. Wired's Disruptive by Design In today's business world, disruption is a constant force that never lets up. At the annual WIRED Business Conference: Disruptive by Design, we celebrate the creative power of bold new ideas and the people that make them happen. Mexico's Lucky to Have Just One Man Blocking Internet Equality. We've Got a Bunch Mexico's Lucky to Have Just One Man Blocking Internet Equality. We've Got a Bunch Mexico's Lucky to Have Just One Man Blocking Internet Equality. View all Caption from LIFE: "Four-man bicycle is powered by five chains and has brakes on both its wheels. The bike was built by Art Rothschild (top position) who broke three ribs while learning how to ride it." View all Caption from LIFE: "Square-wheeled bike held by Bernard Steinlauf was built by son Dave after seeing a bicycle wreck." Photo: Wallace Kirkland--Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images * * * * * * Caption from LIFE: "Gangbusters Bike mounts 13 shotguns, two revolvers, six bayonets, flare gun." Photo: Wallace Kirkland--Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images * Caption from LIFE: "Four-man bicycle is powered by five chains and has brakes on both its wheels. The bike was built by Art Rothschild (top position) who broke three ribs while learning how to ride it." Photo: Wallace Kirkland--Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images * Caption from LIFE: "Bedstead Bike was dreamed up by Joe Steinlauf, who got the idea while lying around in bed one morning." Photo: George Skadding--Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images * Bicycle, Chicago, 1948. Photo: Wallace Kirkland--Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images * Caption from LIFE: "Square-wheeled bike held by Bernard Steinlauf was built by son Dave after seeing a bicycle wreck." The photos originally ran in the December 27, 1948 issue and they show members of the Chicago chapter of the National Bicycle Dealers' Association riding, or at least trying to ride, a series of outlandish bicycles they designed and built. There's the bike made out of a bed, the double-decker bike for four people and our personal favorite, the "Gangbusters Bike," which had 13 shotguns, two revolvers, six bayonets and a flare gun mounted to it -- perfect for Bike to Work Day if you're a '40s mobster. com, says the website often tries to dig up fun photos from the magazine's archive to help celebrate certain holidays. Eppridge's photo from the Robert Kennedy assassination -- Cosgrove says there is a wealth of quitter, or sillier photos, that also ran in the pages. "What we're trying to do is bring back the lighthearted and forgotten stories as well the signature moments that LIFE covered throughout the 20th century," he says.