that is either darn similar or the same bike they did a story on Two-Wheel Tuesday a week or two ago. Pretty impressive machine really, but it takes all the reason I ride a motorcycle out of the picture.
we have a couple of those riding around here on a regular basis..really wild when you see them pull up to a stoplight or stop sign, with those 2 little training wheels that fold down to keep it upright!
just a side note on this, there was one at the timonium bike show last summer..he was letting people sit in it and everything..his particular one had gas and brake pedals like a normal car and was an automatic, and you sat down in a bucket seat and then pulled to door down. definately wild.
They are a one of a kind bike/what ever it is. And some of them go up to almost 100 grand. :bash: NO NEVER They are funny to look at but thats it. They are just like fat chicks. They're fun to ride till your friends see you on one.
When I lived in Washinton State, I used to commute from Lynden, on the Canadian border, about 20 miles to Bellingham at WWU where I taught. I bought a Corbin Sparrow and used it to commute with. It was expensive to purchase, But no gas bills, just plug it in. I did have a super hassle getting the state to register and license it though.
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