yep me too, not enough power, hard on motors, heavy expensive,,,,,, maybe I should stop now.Saw a guy with one at Mt Washington a couple days ago. I wondered why not buy a sled.
that's true.Plus, they can ride across the face of a slope.... Sleds can flip on em
Until someone in a Range Rover cuts you off and you suddenly realize you have no brakes.If you put that on a plated bike you could run around the city streets during a Vancouver snowpocalypse.
Being from Winnipeg myself, I often think back to how much fun those days were. Total free for all......You don't need brakes. The trick is to wait till the roads are impassible for cars.
Not to date myself but back when in big snowstorms in Winnipeg the city would allow sleds on regular streets once they were snowed over. It was a surreal trip going through a silent urban wasteland.
HaHaHa.....ditto!Being from Winnipeg myself, I often think back to how much fun those days were. Total free for all......
I think they got serious about snow clearing in the mid-80s and that was the end of that. Too bad!Being from Winnipeg myself, I often think back to how much fun those days were. Total free for all......
Ok, grab yourself a sled.. and I'll grab a snowbike, and we'll see if you can follow me. Obviously you haven't tried one, I'm 100% sure if you had that this comment wouldn't have been made.Those things would be hopeless next to a sled in the mountains and sleds can sidehill great. That being said they look killer in the trees where the treewells aren't big and the slopes aren't too steep. Unless the idea was trails and dual duty, I'd bite the bullet and get a sled.