want. why, i don't know.
I think it would be great for a city ride. Not sure of the ccs. Hell, it might even be a hoot on the s2s.
Tomahawk's little brother.
it balances exactly like a motorcycle because the wheels are pivoted on an un sprung lever. The wheels are then connected to a single strut system where it is sprung.
It does have its advantages...:
- progressive break away traction
-stability in corners
- better braking
- agility (aka flickability)
350cc .. 22hp... 7000 Euro....
Anything You Can Do...... I Can Do Drunker
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Wait, isn't that one of these? Oh. My bad. Nevermind.
wtf? single sided front end?
"Honda = Boring, Suzuki = Wannabes, Yamaha = Poser, Ducati = Overated, BMW = Compensating, Aprilia = Insecure, Buell = BCIT business... go faKOffee." - PUREVIL
wonder how it would work as a training aid. looks like an interesting way to explore limits in low grip situations.
4 wheels = class 6? Helmets required?
Looks cool, probably a blast to ride.
Looks like a conspiracy perpetrated by the tire companies.
the idea is cool for sure. I like how it handles going over bumps, curbs, etc. Doesn't seem like it would have a lot of power, and it also is still driven like a scooter, which means all hand controls and an automatic transmission right?