Has this video floated through here yet?

Discussion in 'Hacks' started by johnny_killmore, Sep 25, 2012.

  1. johnny_killmore

    johnny_killmore 3-wheeled Drifter

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  2. pjm204

    pjm204 Long timer

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    Awesome video. I need to practice.
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  3. Strong Bad

    Strong Bad n00balicious

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    Yikes! Not too difficult with turns on the same side as the sidecar, much more difficult going the other direction. Starting and stopping are going to be pretty hard on that rim. I would have kept the tire on (using zip ties or bailing wire) to protect the rim at least.
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  4. on2wheels52

    on2wheels52 Long timer

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    I can't see him getting too far with the wheel off the ground. I think I'd have cobbled up a tree limb under the hack.
    Jim
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  5. Sidecarjohn

    Sidecarjohn Been here awhile

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    Obviously a guy wanting to boast about the incredible tyre mileage he achieves on his rig.:rofl
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  6. pjm204

    pjm204 Long timer

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    I'd probably put on my spare wheel in that situation....
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  7. Unstable Rider

    Unstable Rider Moto Fotografist

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    Pretty cool, thanks for the link.
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  8. Montague

    Montague UDF Adventurer

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    What happens if he loses balance and touches down at speed?

    Could be an interesting video, no?
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  9. tripodtiger

    tripodtiger Off riding around on bitumen circles.

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    The rim mileage is another story.:lol3
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  10. DerViking

    DerViking Shred

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    He has the weight redistributed, and his form is good going into the left hand corner. He's gonna get tired, and the passenger may run out of patience, otherwise, gonna be really funny looking tire wear. I can roll to a stop and set my outside wheel(a 250 dirt rig), so with a little space to maneuver I bet he can avoid rim damage. But I agree, duct tape the remains of the tire, and anything else handy on there, give yourself a little more room for error. I rode home 6 miles on a bicycle tire packed with pine needle.... Just not very fast.
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