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Discussion in 'Hacks' started by England-Kev, Nov 14, 2007.
that is a nice-looking rig
thanks for posting that picture here
I used to work at a Guzzi shop and I always thought that they made GREAT tugs..VERY nice rig !!.
Hey, thats how mine started out. Nice
Hey Tom, that Guzzi is one good looking rig. Thanks for posting.
Cool rig potential here; an unrestored 1966 BMW 250 and an Velorex 560!
that isn't going to pull any chair... is it?
Engine Numbers 372 001 387 566
Design Single cylinder with driveshaft
Engine 4-stroke, 2 OHV
Transmission Four-speed, left foot
Model years 19601966
Number manufactured 15,364
Bore 68 mm (2.7 in)
Stroke 68 mm (2.7 in)
Capacity 247 cc
Power 18 hp (13 kW) @ 7400 rpm
Compression ratio 8.2:1
Fuel efficiency 60.3 miles per US gallon (3.90 L/100 km; 72.4 mpg-imp) DIN 70030
Maximum speed 81 mph (130 km/h) / with side car 56 mph (90 km/h)
Wheelbase 54.3 in (1,379.2 mm)
Curb weight 357 lb (162 kg)
GVWR 716 lb (325 kg) / with side car 1,058 lb (480 kg)
Tires front & rear 3.25 x 18
Battery 6 volt, 9 Ah.
Tank capacity 3.96 US gallon (15 liter)
Engine oil capacity 2.6 US pint (1.2 liter)
Transmission capacity 650 cc
Rear drive capacity 125 cc
Here I sit on Chelan Butte Rd above Lake Chelan in Washington.
Ah, hmmm, well for what this little rig's life purpose will be, I suspect the owner will have miles of smiles. Maybe in the slow lane, but trips to the grocery store just got fun... Some just enjoy stuff I guess.
My 2002 Ural retro in its natural setting. LOL
me and my ma8 doing local enduro great fun!!
Build here: http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=691705
And here: http://boxertwin.smugmug.com/Other/Bandit/13115353_84weg#1162953853_mnc3A
love that last shot
of Thing 1 and Thing 2
I am trying to get them out camping in it one Thing at a time over the next two weekends. But they are not cooperating as they have been under the weather since last weekend. You don't happen to know a good pediatrician, do you?
a GOOD pediatrician
the answer to THAT question would be quite COMPLICATED
i sure hope they feel better soon
thanks for your reply
Beautiful response, sir.
How old are your kids Boxer??.Here in Washington they have to be atleast 5 years old to ride in the the sidecar,OR on the bike.
Hi Alan, they are 4 1/2.
Interesting. I wasn't aware any state had passed a minimum age for riding in a sidecar. Several, including Texas now, have set minmum age for riding on a motorcycle.