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Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by ohio, Jun 19, 2009.
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I'd buy a dirtbike if I wanted something like that. I'd rather pedal....
Dude, just think of the air you could've gotten on Crabapple Hits with that thing.
"My wrist is killing me. Did I tell you guys my wrist is killing me?"
Probably about the same if you pedaled a couple times.
It IS a dirtbike. That's what you'd be buying. But you try to find another dirtbike that weighs less than 90 pounds and can take a full on beating from a normal sized adult.
I would gap crabapple hits on this bitch. One handed to protect my bad wrist. Which would allow me to touch myself with my bad hand. That's why I call it my "bad hand." Because it's very very bad.
You call it a dirtbike, I call it a 90 lb MTB with a motor....
90 pound dirtcycle with crap suspension.... freakin air shock in the rear?? and a 888 up front? no thanks..
It's taken a lot of years to not get too far, is all I can say.
In '69 I had a 100cc dirt bike with a chromoly frame (that I'm sure was not nearly as nice-handling, admittedly) that only weighed 155 lbs. with a half-tank of gas and a rotary valve two-stroke mill that probably put out twice the HP of that thing.
I'd rather one of these, but only for towing up, otherwise I'd rather ride my bike.
I thought this thread was going to be about the Zero MX from MTB designer Neal Saiki:
That thing is creepy quiet. Awesome!
I would rather pedal.
i thought thats what downhilling was for
that zero mx actually looks promising. i would consider buying one
make it an electric bike and maybe i'm interested then...
Rich kid's piece of crap,if you ask me...
absolutely. you make this thing stealth quite and I might think twice, but what the point if I can't take it on MTB trails?