sounds like a harley, and looks like a buell.... wait a minute...
nice link and great web site.
it'll be interesting to read Alan Cathcart's article...
Originally Posted by J_Web
*edit* though I gotta say, "a motorcycle to catapult you out of every corner" is an unfortunate quote to use to describe one's design...it paints a wrong picture in my head
Last edited by Jester666; 07-28-2006 at 09:02 AM.
My back is crying just looking at the photos.
Cry in the dojo, laugh on the battlefield
Sparring speed is a matter of simple physics:
The height of your flight is inversely proportionate to the mass of your ass.
the video they have on the site is awful haha. Oh look at that little black dot down there on the highway, thats our bike. Watch him ride that sweeper...dont blink you may lose him.
Too sexy for this forum.
Cool bike, a wee bit too small. Shitty website design
I think the guy riding it is a rather large fellow and that makes the bike look small. It IS an EVO engine which means that the bike is going to be roughly the same physical size as an SV650 naked.
Comfort? I don't think it's going to be any worse than a modern 600 repli-racer. The bars are in pretty much the same layout as most of todays 600's.
It'll be a shaker but I think it would be a blast to ride. There'll be nothing smooth or refined about it. But the raw edge that it'll likely produce will have a thrill all it's own. Speed will be determined by grins per hour rather than km per hour. I'm sure a modern 600 will leave it for lost but the charisma will likely more than make up for that.
A backyard mechanic without a service manual is just like a hooker without a lamp pole.... they are both in the dark.
1600 CC twin in such a short wheelbase? Hmmm...it's gonna be hard to keep that front wheel down.
Wicked-looking though. I sure do hope that dude in the video is 6'5", because if he's not, that bike is awfully tiny.
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