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What is your take on this "motorcycle?"

What is your take on this "motorcycle?"
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Probly fun as hell to "drive"...but that ain't no motorcycle.



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I would have to agree....It looks like much fun.... but it has a steering wheel....not very bike like
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Looks like a load of fun regardless of what category they put it in. Hopefully they price it somewhere between a ZX14 and a Kia!
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wow i just saw this on "future cars" on tv like 5 minutes ago.....

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Looks like ALOT of fun, but that aint no bike!
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Looks like ALOT of fun, but that aint no bike!
That thing would be a blast! ~almost looks like a trainer bike~ But I could see them scooting around a track with little rockets on the rear.
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Probly fun as hell to "drive"...but that ain't no motorcycle.
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Looks like ALOT of fun, but that aint no bike!
Three wheels or less classifies it as a motorcycle.

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Three wheels or less classifies it as a motorcycle.
A.K.A. Trike

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Three wheels or less classifies it as a motorcycle.
yeah but the DOORS WINDOWS AND ROOF say it's not
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I would have to agree....It looks like much fun.... but it has a steering wheel....not very bike like
and many others .. thats not bike

looks fun tho

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Three wheels or less classifies it as a motorcycle.
Maybe by the book it does...

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yeah but the DOORS WINDOWS AND ROOF say it's not
Damn right. If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck...it must be a...



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Looks like a load of fun regardless of what category they put it in. Hopefully they price it somewhere between a ZX14 and a Kia!
Think I remember them being in the 40's, but I could be wrong.

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Think I remember them being in the 40's, but I could be wrong.
Thats alot.



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Car, bike, whatever............I'd love to ride/drive one of those things!!


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Maybe by the book it does...



Damn right. If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck...it must be a...
....a turtle.

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If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck...it must be a...
By that definition, I still can't figure out what the motorized vehicle in this thread is suppose to be. It looks like a trike with a cage, but part of it is stable like a car while the other part leans like a sportbike. It doesn't look like any one specific thing and it doesn't act like any one specific thing. It ain't a duck, that's for sure. So, how the hell is it classified? Maybe it's a mutant duck from the Island of Dr. Moreau

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