The original self-similar route, combining elements of technical creativity, sports competitions and physical training, developed a young technology of the German Democratic Republic. Its main distinguishing features — the use of motorcycles instead of a car, replacing the grooves under current-carrying copper bus and rail and, finally, the supply of power from generators installed on the bicycles.For the manufacture of the route will need chipboard or whether-ists of plywood with a thickness of 8-10 mm In accordance with the selected configuration of the “racetrack” and the dimensions of the allocated space cut strips (straight and curved) width of about 300 mm and wire them. The surface of “road” paintings it is best to paste over glass or sandpaper.
Current-carrying bus is a copper wire with a thickness of about 3 mm. first you need to remove all of her curves. Fasten one end and wound on the stick the other, pull. Not temporarily detaching the wire, detach the skin of the enamel coating. Mark on the track at a distance of 15 mm from each other and the axis of the tire and along each line the Pro-drill hole Ø 2.7 mm. nails inserted In them or pieces of the same wire, and soldered it to the top of the tire. Bikes, these “power stations” of the route, reinforced in the training machines. Dynamo swapped the plugs on the rear wheels, and through the diode bridges, the rectifier connected with the current-carrying racks each road of the route. A good addition to a “TT” will be the two automatic traffic lights used to hold events of type “rally”, when participants have to stay within the allotted time, while respecting the rules of the road.