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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 02-25-2010, 09:15 PM Thread Starter
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Thats an Odd Bike

thought it would be Fun to post up some of the Odd Bike stuff you see out there

Like what you might get if you need a Tow in Asia
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Ah I remember that when it first came out. Awesome idea

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That is just THE WIERDEST GL 1800 Goldwing I've EVER seen... Wow...

To turn a lux tour bike into a car lifter truck. How cool is that...

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Must have some killer brakes or at least the dolly must have its own brakes...I'm guessing you don't fly down the interstate with that setup. Ingenious though...
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Can you imagine having 3000 pound pushing your a** all the time ... Heeee

No more compression braking anymore ...


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post #8 of 9 (permalink) Old 10-19-2010, 10:30 AM
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This one of the more odd ones I've seen. Nothing like the tow-bike or whatever that contraption is.




These are also pretty strange...Rokon 2x2 'Adventure'


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This one of the more odd ones I've seen. Nothing like the tow-bike or whatever that contraption is.


Hey! We had a tale of that "snowmobile enduro" in one of the Moto Review magazines about a year ago. If I recall, there is even a kit to set a bike up like that. For those crazy enough to take it into tundra I guess... Although I'd prefer a 4x4 off-road truck for that...

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