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Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle General Discussion' started by the new ausped, Dec 31, 2009.
discus. credit to finding this goes to some other fool
Bahahahah make sure you check out the photo gallery!
i like the picture of the guy in the canoe, nothing more ful than having a motor strapped to your back
The future is here! errr, ummm maybe not so much. I wonder how it would go if I strapped one on with an umberella in both hands and jumped off a roof.
I guess that will get around the anti-motor bike laws.
But can you imagine the noise level? What about safety?
Model airplane propellers? So does the rider have to feed in some rudder when he twists the throttle? You gotta be kidding me...
whatever. you guys can make fun of it all you want. i'll see you at the death race...
That would certainly solve all my problems.
You guys are looking in the wrong direction... I'd use it for BRAKES!!! No more worn out pads!!
it'd be great for racing, too. just try drafting someone with that thing in your face.
or if someone's following too close, just rig up a can of oil in front of it, and you could fan out a big oil slick behind you.
i wonder if you could make a rack mount for it, then put some wings on your bike? do a little wheelie and up up and away...
yea lol if someone's following u throw flower thru the fan
i wonder how big a motor u could put on one of these before ur back borke...
also someone rated this 5 stars thanks
I've seen it all now! lol! mAYBE ON A WHEEL CHAIR?
I've seen these "backpacks" at 85bhp. Some of these ultra-light folks use them. About 60 lbs. they are not entirely "backpack worn" the Power unit actually slides into a receiving mount, in Aviation terms they call them QEC and QECA (Quick engine change, on Ultra Light Frame and Quick engine change Accessory worn by operator)
Better man that me, Loud, really Loud until you get Fly'in. Engines are usually Rotax brand 2 stroke. FYI didn't mean to get off thread
2 cool. I want one