Oh Kyle is much more from were does came from.kyle h said:That is the coolest thing I have ever seen. awesome! :thumbsup:
Nope, well you need to be careful because is a lot more mass on the rear end.pimpbot said:Crashmaster aka Crazy Andy had one on his moto, IIRC. He said it felt funny on the freeway because the bikes dragged so much it made the front end lighter.
Are you seeing that with your rig?
That is actually the typical way they being made, not exactly creative but works.Melt said:andys was sick
Any Pictures..!?!?Caffeine Powered said:bikes on motos, big deal. I did it with my 82 CB450f back in 87 and there's a guy here with racks on his HD and his Goldwing. Get the bikes off the motos and post some images of some trails.
Wow that is one of Tony Foale motorcycles.tl1 said:...just rig up a bike trailer? Especially in a cross wind? :cornut:
I beyond the whole speed thing on the street this days, but I can understand the exitment of going ultra fast specially on a proper track, actually i do that in the dirt, I'm no rock star by any means but I can chase some pretty fast "Dakar" guys and is super fun to be doing a 100mph in the desert (not in my black bike for sure, well not on this black bike, I just don't want to start a whole crazy motorcycle topic since this is a bicycle forum)scotty878 said:Hey man that's awesome! Nice bike! I have a 2006 Yamaha R6, so don't think I could really do this, and also, it's not my main transportation, more of a fun escape kinda thing to get out for a day(which I suppose the bike could just be an extension of that), But I also like to take the bike to the track and stuff, so I dunno how all that would work. But anyway, that's an awesome idea, and 385,000 miles on a bike, that's nuts! More power to you man!! lol
Well thank "John & Ponch" for this rule that only apply to california..Also, you said lane splitting is legal in Cali...Are you sure of that? I think I remember reading somewhere that it's not technically "legal" there, and that if a cop wanted to, they could give you a ticket for it, it's just they usually look the other way and don't care too much....Just wondering though, I could be wrong. Lane splitting is illegal here in NJ, but sometimes I do it, and it's awesome passing through all the traffic or sliding down the side of cars to make right turns and stuff, lol.
I don't even know how to drive a car and sincerely i never really found the need, even if getting older the more Guzzy Guzz I become.Anyway, two wheels all the way!!!(although I love my car too) Keep it up and stay safe out there!
Sure this bike is more of a "Pick up" truck than anything else, skinny agil cheap and fast, specially in heavy traffic.scotty878 said:Oh yeah, I completely agree about the speed thing, on the roads, I don't go very fast at all when I'm out there, and that's the reason I try to get out to the track a lot and release the "need for speed."
Yeah I don't think I show you gals and guys how it was made.But anyway, digging the bike rack, and I think it's even cooler that it's made out of bike parts.