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justicedone

More fun than an R or an L ???

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Looks cool, put a 650R motor in it though and it would be mental :thumbsup:

On a similar topic, I was watching "Beyond Tomorrow" a while back. You know those two wheeled scooter balance things that you stand on and drive around? The same company, Segway, has made a 4 wheeled 'device' with suspension. It's a prototype, but during the interview the guy on the 'quad' was balancing/spinning around on the rear wheels. Then they showed some bashing around and jumping outside. It looked cool as hell...

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Sorry guys, but I just had to show this sic puppy here, since this is my hang out here in TT...and I know the hardcore R and starbucks L dudes can dig this thing...

The price is crazy, but tell me this doesnt look like too much fun to be legal?

http://www.fxbikes.com/fx_preview.html

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Very appealing and I'd love to have one but now that the CRF 150 is out, I'd rather have one of those BUT if money is no object, give me both please.

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Starbucks L guys , &%$#@! ?

I never in my life would get caught at a starbucks and i own an L :thumbsup:

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I don't get the point of those bikes. It doesn't have enough motor to go up hill with any authority and you don't need a motor to go down on a bike. I think a trials bike would be more fun.

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I don't get the point of those bikes. It doesn't have enough motor to go up hill with any authority and you don't need a motor to go down on a bike. I think a trials bike would be more fun.

I was thinking the same thing. That couldn't be much more than 50cc if that from the size of the jug. I noticed they never even mentioned the motor.

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