wtf is that for?
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So, is he controlling it manually, or does it operate off the brake lever?
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Or tied to the speedo.
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It almost looks like he is operating it manually, not sure if it is the same product but there is one out there called landing gear that is tied to speed. It was designed for the motorcycle rider that can no longer trust their legs to hold up the bike when he/she stops.
A cheaper option than a trike, with the added bonus of the two wheel riding experience.
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I got to build this! I got a few friends who got hurt and are paralyzed but still want to ride..
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I've seen a set-up like this before on a Gold Wing. I thought I was looking at training wheels at first, but the old fella had a servomotor for the wheels controlled by a switch on the handle bar. Good for him and better than being on a trike.
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yes there was a guy here too that posted his setup but, as i recall, it didn't look as sturdy as this one. not sure how well it worked.
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Not quite ready for that yet but it seems to work on flat ground. What about a stop with a side slope?
thats a great idea. Seems to serve it's purpose well.
But....... What if it malfunctions in the middle of a corner as your leaned over???
Pretty cool, it deploys pretty quickly...
Did the people writing the motor vehicle act (re:motorcyles) expect everybody to have this setup?
fuck around ... you'd think that once a motorcyclist has suffered enough trauma to paralyze themself, he or she would be ready to hang up the keys for good.
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