Busking bikes hitting the streets with science experiments
The performances are part of the Edinburgh International Science Festival.
Busking bikes are hitting the streets of Edinburgh with a series of science experiments.
The performances are part of the Edinburgh International Science Festival and will see 14 displays taking place from this weekend.
Each bike carries a box of experiments, allowing spectators to learn about friction, carbon capture and gravity defying water. The audience can also get involved and try their hand at the experiments.
Dr Simon Gage, director of the festival, said: "Thanks to the support of the City of Edinburgh Council, the Science Bikes can be found across the city in the run up to the Science Festival.
"This is a wonderful opportunity for us to bring some science out onto the streets, and to get everybody involved in some mind-boggling experiments and dazzling demonstrations. So if you see a Science Bike, come on over and watch out for explosions, weirdness and, of course, plenty of mess."
The bikes will be cycling around the city from March 24 to April 1.