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Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by blackjacket, Nov 28, 2007.
Is it a bike though. It had 2 training wheels on the rear end. The guy sat in a seat and used a steering wheel. To me it was a car with fabrication to look like a bike.
How cool would it be if it could crush cars like the monster trucks.
I'm with Dazza.
love to see that on the spur...
the dude is a whacko, good on him
Bet it corners well - does he get his knee down?
+1 and does the thing even lean? suppose it is to heavy :?
i spose it is a cycle as it only has two wheels...but i wouldnt class it as a true motorcylce....
um, i can't see it so i'm guessing ya'll not talking about this behemoth:
No Twain - that actually looks like an overgrown bike. The OP bike is a monster bike in the tradition of monster truck, without any of the monster trucks actual drivability. If the seppo tried to corner at anything above walking pace, I reckon he'd find out whether his roll cage worked.
You're not missing anything mate.
what about the training wheels (2) at the back plus the 2 wheels that get lifted when he is in forward motion. So all up it has 6 wheels less 2 when in forward motion, I thought motorbikes only had 2
its got a steering wheel ...and more than 2 wheels
thats not a bike
I agree 100%. It looks like an over sized electric childrens bike.
Ahh.. i see you've played bikey spooney before!?!
That was cool!
Some people have to much time and money to spare
And ideas on how much money was spent creating that thing