Originally Posted by Dakar Couple
Well for the first time since it was a bunch of bits LG has seen what all the noise is about.
So it's a conditional pass, needs some modifications to the socket hubcap, and I'm pretty sure that he is going to break the windshield, apperently it perfect for peek abo and a grab handle.
But he liked it, he kept pointing to the ignition and saying ON ON, ON bike, mine helmo and tapping on his head.
Looking great, really nice skills the two(three) of you are displaying.
Xlnt execution. Once it's together and sorted a bit of that distorted checkersboard wrap on the nose would look sweet! The LGs grow up pretty fast, wish I hopped on he sidecar train a bit earlier. Here's a photo of my youngest in the Greevorex. He's a little bit too much for the Villiers 34A and we're putting the suspension to test but it's great to have a 175 lb. pusher if you need it! The two of us together almost weigh as much as the entire rig. It's slow but light and very capable.
and a picture of the Greevorex by itself...
Keep us posted...
Don in Nipomo