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Kickstand pucks/BigFeet

I always use a kickstand puck or crushed soda can at work in the summer here in San Diego. I forgot to use one yesterday and walked outside and nearly had a heart attack when I saw this!


EDIT: Whoops, meant to post this in the General forum, not Technical Discussion. My bad.
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-06-2009, 12:16 PM
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Wow. Looks like you guys are getting some of our heat...



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Have you seen this?

http://motowerk.com/Flatfoot.aspx


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pavement moles!

if it were easy....everyone would do it!
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I have a Speedy Flatfoot, and it's great. No more fiddling with a puck, and no more riding off and forgetting it.

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I have a Flat foot on the V but the Connie has to use a puck. I attached a length of shock cord to the puck and slip it over the choke lever when parked. When ready to ride I just reel in the puck and stow it in the tank bag or glove box.

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The same thing happened to me but I was parked on a slope and the bike fell. I might be getting some money for the repairs from the Mayors Office because my "accident" was caused by poorly built road.
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