Tired of shoveling, man invents bicycle snow plow

A Connecticut man combined his love of bike riding with his hatred of shoveling snow and came up with an ingenious invention: a bicycle snow plow.

Rob Wotzak of Milford has been building unusual things with scrap metal ever since learning how to weld in college in the early 1990s.

“My family and friends are used to my crazy ideas, so it wasn’t a surprise to anyone that I would build something like this,” he told to FTW Outdoors.

“The bike plow came about because I hate shoveling snow but love riding bikes. Plus, legs are stronger than arms, so a bike plow should be easier to use than a shovel, right?