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Discussion in 'Bike Reviews, Questions and Suggestions' started by dan, Jan 31, 2006.
Do you stick you feet out through those rather ugly slots in the sides?
Anyway, it'd be a squid's dream come true; no more nagging about protective gear......
Visibility looks terrible as well... Not to mention no more wind on your body.
Enclosed riding wouldn't be for me.
looks lie an M&M with wheels..... the holes are too far back for your feet...... how does it stay up when still?
They had a similar unit on a Top Gear episode. You don't have to put your feet down when you stop, works on some form of self leveling system. Looked like a fun little unit to play with.....but iirc they were $$$$$
A self-levelling system would be invaluable on the forum.......
It'd keep the rain off in winter I guess but how hot would that thing get in summer - you'd probably need to fit the bike with air-con.
I thought we got into bikes to get away from cages?
Interesting idea though.
What a load or rubbish
if it looked and sounded like this it would be decent
Bert Munroe you where a true legend
Personally if I wanted to that I'd more look at something like the Carver and transplant the whimpy Daihatsu kei car engine for something a little more meaty (ZZR-1400 turbo anyone?)
They look like a hoard of angry mutants, don't they? Talk about having 'a hinge in the middle of the frame'
Its been done before
Disaster then and lets just say a charfuffle waiting to happen but with more horspower to play with
What they need to get the TECA to do is leave a glowing wall behind it and turn in right angles instantly
Thats just wierd
Can you lane split on it?
This http://www.gizmag.com.au/go/1549/ Benelli device looks a lot more practical (albeit with a small engine)
I wonder how much it costs to repair those fairings after a stack.....