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BEHEMOTH (acronym for Big Electronic Human-Energized Machine ...Only Too Heavy) is one of three computerized recumbent bicycles which Steven K. Roberts of Nomadic Research Labs used to travel across the US during the late eighties and early nineties.
It is an autonomous mobile information and communication platform, powered and propelled by human and solar power, linked via satellite with global information networks. Roberts published while traveling on the bike. He used a chorded keyboard mounted on the handlebar to type while cycling.
Behemoth's predecessors were Winnebiko and Winnebiko II.