In which Duck & MB show off the result of a miscommunication.
Here we see Duck and MB sitting in the Duckology Advanced Research Centre build area, which does seem to have been redesigned again since the last issue.
I guess it's just you and me this week. Just like old times. Most of the others are busy trying to work out what's wrong with Reckless Duck.
Yes, and it's been a long time since it was just the two of us showing off the latest creation.
Good times. So, what have you been up to MB?
I've been working on the tracked bike project. I'll just go and fetch it.
Well that's not quite what I expected. I'm fairly sure I suggested we make a track bike. You know, like humans use to pretend they are motorbike racers at the weekends.
Oh, I'm sorry, I thought you said tracked bike. So you don't like it then?
I love it! So much more interesting than a boring old track bike.
I'm glad you like it. It's a bit too slow to be much fun on a race track, but it's really good off-road and I think it'll cope with snow nicely as well.
The thing is, you'll have to wear a crash helmet. I know we aren't vulnerable to head injuries as a rule, but since Reckless Duck's accident, Danger Duck is insisting that we don't take any risks. At least until we understand what's gone wrong with Reckless Duck.
No problem, I'll just quickly build one, back soon.
Nice bit of engineering that. I do like the wheels. I wonder if we can reuse their design for something else.
I'm back. Will this do?
Yes, that will be fine.
Here we see MB modelling his crash helmet and showing us what is either an early prototype wheel or a spare in case the bike throws a track.