Cuban cyclist towers over Havana on his 13-foot bike6/7/2012
Some bicycles are built for comfort, others for speed, and Felix Guirola's bike is built for height. The Havana resident rides around Cuba's capital on a homemade 13-foot-high two-wheeler, a tradition he started in memory of his disabled sister, from which he can gaze over the tops of trucks and buses and into the second-story windows of buildings. "I feel good up high. I don't get nauseated or dizzy, nothing like that," said Guirola, 48. "Up there, I see the scenery better. I feel relaxed. There's more of a breeze. I breathe it, and I feel freer." Judging from the cars dating from the 1950s surrounding him in the above photo, he may also feel pleased to have the newest vehicle on the block.
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