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Discussion in 'Australia' started by AUSSIEADV, Jul 18, 2016.
I’ll take that as a compliment Mr Hoots.
Hmmmm interesting. I’d like to invest in one of these.
Well I suppose you have buggered up the right hand side of everything so why not
Just joking mate
I don’t think the brake will be the problem mate. I’m more concerned about my arch on the footpeg. The arch is your midfoot where I’ve done the damage. I might have to fab an aluminium inner sole.
The left rear brake lever I have always wanted for rear steering. Whether my brain could work with it is another thing.
I reckon it would be just the thing for doing wheelies!
Funny you should say that as I have had orthodics made for both feet, the right one is shaped to fill the now large arch in my foot , this is to support the metatarsal...without them, especially the right for I can not stand or walk for extended periods..
It is solid plastic with a covered upper and some padding...have had them for years and they really to a great job in supporting your foot.
Al, I put a Clake on my Beta 300RR late last year and I bloody love it. It's just like a mountain bike, index fingers cover and easily control both front and rear brakes. It only took a couple of rides to get my head around it, and I also have no problem swapping back to non-Clake bikes.
Just such a great idea.
I wasn’t going to go the Safari tank route. I just couldn’t pass this up.
I want to get some perforated graphics if anyone has a lead.
Waiting, waiting and waiting......
The Clake really is a good idea - even without the foot prob, plenty of times when it would be good to keep the feet on the pegs and use your left hand to brake - from memory, B1 has a few nice vid reviews in his crosstraining channels
Re' foot - unless the surgeon has advised that standing will be an issue going forward, would not preempt that - I've broken two metatarsals in my left foot and no probs - that said, all fractures are not equal
i wont be standing on it mate. No weight bearing till the pins come out in 4 weeks.
The left brake idea wasnt because of my foot. I just like the idea of handbraking the rear.
Yeah, I reckon it might be something I could get used to.
these guys had patterns for my WR Safari tank, they lasted very well
is it true alliexpress web site has crashed several times over last few days from over use ?
As Shaggy said.....wasnt me!
Thanks Paul awesome.
Damn right, and you Gals n Guys know how it feels aye. Ride these balancing beasts and you have totake what goes with it.
Hahah thats so fitting