From 2001-2004 I walked my two-foot pine wheel, wearing my signature orange helmet through urban landscapes and small country towns. This performance, a hybrid of Neanderthal activity, dog walking, and drag racing, was intended to question the habits and patterns of American culture. It was an idiosyncratic act focused on interaction with the public and aimed to challenge their perception of rationality. What began as a simple Fluxus gesture evolved into an examination of American culture, with increasing references to the environment, energy costs, and transportation.