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Discussion in 'General Motorcycling Discussion' at netrider.net.au started by Mouth, Jun 2, 2015.
Or are they motorised roller blades???
Solution to an issue of deficiency in leg length?
I was thinking the same thing fin mental but I still can't figure out hows he's operating brake and gears. I have enough trouble with clunky riding boots.
less than confident popping mono's....lol
Wouldn't that be a decicycle?
first gear everywhere + no rear brake? seems a bit wacky
And he's on a 'busa too, wouldn't have thought that's the best bike to bugger around like this on!
Maybe he's just super-skilled and has learnt to operate foot controls properly, and in doing so has now found the solution for boot wear and tear!
At least he'll crash in style. Because to be honest it looks inevitable
Actually, on a Busa it kind of makes more sence. Pop is in Second or third and just ride. There's enough grunt to pull from a standstill in 3rd and enough engine braking that you don't need the back brake.
Still it wouldn't want to be more than just around the block.
Could be using a power shifter and bar mounted rear break lever
I would love to know the real story!!
It's a really old photo. Pretty sure it was floating around more than 10 years ago.
To each their own, enough said
it'd be really nice in stop start traffic tho
He could even be training himself to stop trying to do the last bit of braking with his foot.
I don't think it's that old. The card in the background look quite new
The Corolla turning in to the road on the other side is a ZRE152 Corolla, not released til 2006. So if it is it's early 2006 at earliest.
fair enough, but it could easily be 6 or 8 years old.