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Discussion in 'Australia' started by GhostRiderFromHell, Jan 20, 2010.
That looks like it could hurt me
Yes - on , off bake crash .....
You have a good eye Troy
I found this. It works really well so far, and it’s cheap too. I wired mine with a quick release SAE cable (battery tender) so I can easily move it from bike to bike.
Must be gone already. Can't find it.
When I saw the "Limited Edition Mid-Trail Boots" I thought to meself... "Mmmm... iffin' they came with a recess in the sole for SPD clips... they'd be a half handy alternative for a DH/Freeride MTB shoe..."
But for ridin' mudda boikes in... ? ("brokey ankle bits" me thinks is a likelihood)... so the "Mid-Trail Boot" name threw me for a bit... "Mid Tibia Fracture" migh be closer to the mark...
But I see plenty of riders this summer on their super motards and street racer sports bikes. with ankle length basketball boots (with race replica helmets, sunglasses, gloves... and a t-shirt/shorts) etc. on, when stylin' the concourse/broadwalks down by the beaches... so these new KTM slippers will definitely find a niché in the market.
The ktm toaster was a doozy also
For all you global warming freaks out there, here's the bike for you!
Even I want one.
^^^Those things are going gangbusters here in SWEDEN...
They built an (e-moto specific) track for them right in central Stockholm on the slopes of the Hammarby suburban ski-lift/ski-run... There is a walk in showroom and even rental outfit (complete with riding apparel and helmets, goggles, boots, armour etc.) so you can try before you buy, or just pay 55 bucks for a 40 minute ride session.
Open in summer - it is a limestone (kalk/cake based track surface) AND winter (they groom the track and run spiked tires), it's the "dream come true" electric urban motocross scenario.
The grommet and I are going to give a couple a try when I go up to Stockholm on business next month... I have been looking for an excuse to try one.
I'm in love.....
Nice...but this is where it's at...
It is a beautiful machine. Although they don't look that good when ridden regularly
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First bend by my Aldi pan brake from this thread.
Getting ready for next bike build...
Its gunna be small if it fits in there!