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Discussion in 'Multimedia' at netrider.net.au started by twainharte, Apr 18, 2007.
according to the OP this thing was still rideable
Don't tell Flipper you can ride a bike like that, she'll get all sorts of party plan ideas.
Those aren't clip ons, they are handlebars (alloy ones by the look of it).
I can't see that it'd be too hard to ride slowly... when taking off the clutch would be difficult (but no more difficult than taking off with a broken clutch cable) and changing gears could be done clutchless (easy) and riding one handed isn't hard.
Wouldn't want to be hooning though
just ask NAM or another stunter to 1 hand wheelie/stoppie it...