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glowing ghostie!
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They say they work with all bikes that have front forks... lol
Yeah, that caught my attention too. But to be fair, there are a *few* bike model out there that don't have "conventional" front forks.

But NO WAY would I trust that with my bike.
 
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Didn't think so. I would laugh if I saw somebody drive down the road pulling a harley with a civic. I could just see it take a sharp corner and that metal bar snap. Bye bye chrome!
 

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Eh Muh Gawd Becky!!
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i have 2 of them. i figured if one broke then i'd have a back up.
 

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Mortgage Pimp
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Yeah, that caught my attention too. But to be fair, there are a *few* bike model out there that don't have "conventional" front forks.

But NO WAY would I trust that with my bike.

I have a feeling that if someone could afford this bike they'd be towing it on a proper trailer. ;)

 

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myside.yourside.myside
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holy crap

patrick can you comment, does it work well? that looks scary and unlikely at the same time but its a great idea

Cory
 

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Does your chain hang low?
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Wow... just wow. That's the stupidest thing I've seen in a while.

There is no way, absolutely no way that you'd *not* find a resonance frequency where the bike started weaving and then eventually hurling itself to the ground when some part of the system failed.
 

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Crotch Rocket Scientist
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Maybe you could have someone on the bike to give it a start and keep it up if it broke loose!!!

Oh, wait....
 

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The Wizard
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that would work great for some supersport bikes eh? let the bike get into a tank slapper while being towed. lol
 
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