They were piloted by four devils—one in a blue dress. All sported
red horned helmets—showing that even a simple addition to a bicycle helmet can provide a significant extension
of a sculpture’s theme.
They gave out excellent bribes consisting of devil temporary tattoos. Marking spectators and race officials
with tattoos is a superb bribe, much better than commercially packaged candy that many teams provide to
Kinetic Kops citing them with race infractions.
They performed well on the water as their demon flew overhead.
However, their pontoons being mostly underwater
indicate that if the wind had risen or the sculpture’s weight shifted, they might have rapidly capsized due to
the Pontoon Effect. Remember that effective
pontoonage ensures that each of two pontoons is capable of providing buoyancy for the entire sculpture’s weight.