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4wheeler fe/ sportbike back

check it out reverse trike... looks like a front end off a quad..






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damn i bet that thing eats corners



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I love the lean angle... good for traversing slopes too.
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looks like that would be really fun to ride.
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Nifty... No wheelies on that though...
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one He11 of a Stoppie though!

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Isn't there a mention and pic in this months Cycle World about that?
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This thing looks absolutely insane.
very nice. looks like it would be hard to ride tho.

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Isn't there a mention and pic in this months Cycle World about that?
yep, there is a small little article on it. Just saw it at lunch, didn't have a chance to read it yet though. Looks cool

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Looks cool but I bet it would be very hard to ride with the tires leaning in like that. Two front tires turning in one thing, but two front tires leaning? I bet that would be a nasty high side if you ever got the back to swing around in a corner.
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I imagine it would be easy to ride. Its should handle just like a normal bike. All the way to the limit of the suspension. Then I wouldn't want to be on it.

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yeah, and you'd be determined to find the limits of the suspension, wouldn't you?
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I wish the photos were larger.
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yeah, and you'd be determined to find the limits of the suspension, wouldn't you?
You know it!

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Why not, right?



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You have to find your limits. How else you going to know when to stop?

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