Borile Multiuso

Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by BGil, Nov 13, 2013.

  1. BGil

    BGil Been here awhile

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    That's a weird little thing !

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    But with 15HP for 85 kg (188 lbs) it's a bike I'd like to have in my garage.

    "A Borile Multiuso is a simple bike that the owner will want to use for everyday riding. But at the same time it can be used a work-bike or trail bike thanks to the many available fittings, such as foldable carrying racks front and rear, a chainsaw rack and even the ability to be fitted with towing gear, to pull a lawn mower or small trailer."

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  2. Carter Pewterschmidt

    Carter Pewterschmidt Long timer

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    I think ruckus riders looking to move into a trials bike have hit the jackpot.
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  3. strongbad

    strongbad Been here awhile

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    Their website says the frame is made of 7020 aluminum. My bicycle frame is made from this series of aluminum too. My understanding is that 7000 series aluminum can't be welded or soldered or brazed, so my bicycle frame is epoxied into magnesium lugs. I wonder how they assemble these frames on the Borile.
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  4. Wattner

    Wattner Long timer

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    Bring 'em to the StatesÂ… I'd be all over it
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