But those are minor details. What matters most is that all the novel aspects of Dave Akhurst's eco-bike come together pretty well. So, now what? "I'd like to see it or something like it reach the marketplace," says Akhurst, "not to get rich quick or save the world, but because we have to break out of the dead-end design path we've got ourselves into. People have told me the Greenfly's a third-world bike, but I prefer to think of it as an any-world bike. It's very fuel-efficient and clean, it uses 25 percent fewer parts than anything else on the road, and it's completely recyclable." Any takers?