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Old 12-02-07, 01:58 PM   #26
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Nice thread. Caused me to do some research, where I stumbled onto this:



Greg Fisher - Quadracycle

Not to mention the links posted by markhr
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Old 12-02-07, 03:11 PM   #27
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Nice thread. Caused me to do some research, where I stumbled onto this:

[.IMG]http://bikerodnkustom3.homestead.com/files/animas96quad.gif[/IMG]

Greg Fisher - Quadracycle

Not to mention the links posted by markhr [.IMG]http://www.ornery.net/images/ThumbsUp.gif[/IMG]
nice pic - I wonder what the quad can do when it's 2up?

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Please explain!

I'm going to guess that if you were hiking up a nice secluded fireroad and I came bombing down the hill at you, all Dukes of Hazard sideways, that you might be pretty horrified!
But that's the whole point, those things would be worthless on anything other than a fireroad. If I took any of these on my easiest singletrack, I'd have to stop every fifteen feet.

Furthermore, who'd want to pedal it up the fireroad to begin with? Heck, who'd want to figure out how to transport it to the fireroad?

I suspect these quads are good for getting attention on internet forums and taking up space in the garage. I'll stick with my old hardtail for now.
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Old 12-02-07, 04:32 PM   #29
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I suspect these quads are good for getting attention on internet forums and taking up space in the garage. I'll stick with my old hardtail for now.

if they didnt build that extra wide sidewalk down the road to the brush dump where i recycle i probly wouldnt have gotten it.....it is pretty fun if ya like go carts......i always wanted a go cart but never had one so im making up for it now
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