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"You call that a sidecar, that's not a sidecar, this is

Discussion in 'Bike Reviews, Questions and Suggestions' at netrider.net.au started by scooter, Sep 11, 2005.

  1. Check these pics out of one kewl creation adjoined to a Rocket three. :)

    pic 1
    pic 2
    pic 3
    pic 4
    pic 5
    pic 6
    pic 7

    I want one.
  2. For god's sake will somebody pls think of the children and delete this thread BEFORE Chairman see's it

    :LOL: :p :LOL:
  3. It makes you wonder why no one thought of it before. It really is cool as hell!
  4. Phwoar!..nice. Love to hot-rod-esque look.

  5. TOO LATE.

    Oxy, acetylene, hacksaw...
  6. It certainly is a side CAR!!!


    Someone's a very clever engineer.
  7. very nice
  8. I think he should've just made a whole mini-car instead and forget about the bike :p
  9. Make the sidecar into a little car like the Aussie Racing Cars???

    Would be delightful toy, but you'd not be able to register it.

    Very impressed with the quality of workmanship shown in the photos, though.
  10. That is brilliant :D

    Cheers 8)
  11. pfft. i could make one of them, all i need is
    1. a peice of a4 sized paper
    2. some pva glue
    3. 1 tennis ball
    4. a team of engeniers to do my biding

  12. Love it...

    When can we see one on the SR Mark?
  13. Nice, probably would have been a lot easier to just weld a mini to the side of the bike though :)
  14. I'd want one for each side!!!! :LOL: That would look SERIOUSLY scary!!!

    Like your own little MOB!!!
  15. lane splitting, could be an issue :p
  16. sweet handler I bet
  17. well heres the asnwer to the car vs bike thread. One is no quickier then the other :LOL:
  18. That is VERY, VERY nicely done. BUt the question is how much do you think it cost??
  19. Since it looks to be home/workshop built, my guess is that it's a labour of love and he doesn't really care how much it cost.

    The quality of the workmanship is super, imho, so he probably has enough money not to worry about cost.

    I'm not into sidecars at all, but you gotta appreciate fine metalwork, that's for sure.