These gas bubbles trapped in the ice were emitted by microorganisms on a bicycle that lies meters below the water surface.

These gas bubbles trapped in the ice were emitted by microorganisms on a bicycle that lies meters below the water surface.

Spokey.

"I just saw a bike riding on the ice."

"Dude, that bike's been dead for 80 years."

Spooky

Is it really so surprising? Cycling is an aerobic exercise, after all.

Do the microorganisms take turns on the bike or is it an “all aboard” sort of situation?

That wheel doesn't look meters below the surface

This happens every time the water freezes, it's a vicious cycle.

Way to start the pun thread in a high gear.

Spoopy | λdoodS

This is really neat actually. I wouldn't even know what to think if I saw that in person?

GHOST BIKE