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Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by wydopen, Oct 31, 2005.
this thing is so lame..i hope it hasnt already been posted
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the water bottle is my favorite part
I think the only thing this over engineered bike is missing is Shimano airlines, with a matching yellow bottle of course.
It looks a lot like a green norco with the same stickers on ebay a couple months ago. That thing is disgusting.
Bet those brakes work awesome on snow.
It's also not everyday that you see a bike with ground effects!
damn... i hope they have a patent on the ski shocks and the 'ski stays'. that's going to make those guys over 1 biiiillllllll -ion doll ars.
more retardation on a massive scale
andrew where the F did you find that pic? damn that's fugly.
it's from the same site that had that really heavy gearbox hub on it.
They claim it cost 20K to build
i saw it on nsmb a while ago and had it saved in my pics..
that thing probably weighs 150 pounds!!!!
Dude, they're Hopes of course they work awesome on snow
Filth... I wonder who funded that idea. Better off spending it on crack.
Does not look very nice....
How about the QR on the shock mount - ghey
All I can say is WOW! That could possibly be one of the ugliest bikes I have ever seen.
Like fat chicks and mopeds, it is probably fun to ride as long as your buddies don't see you.
^^^^ i agree^^^^^^
I am so very confused on why that thing has brakes.
Anyone else confused by the build cost? unless it's titanium, or platinum, then there is no way in hell that cost them 20k.
Well it looks like a regular bike with the ski kit bolted on. Plus it looks like the tires will be on the ground too and maybe the builder was hoping for some kind of braking traction. (Um yeah, good luck with that.)
Wait scratch that, there is nothing "regular" about that steaming pile!
It's more of a psychological "brake" per se....
Ugly as sin? YES
Fun as hell to ride? Probably
Drugged again, huh?
There are lots of custom machined parts hanging off that thing, what look could be custom air shocks on the skis and custom made skis, I'd consider 20K to be a pretty reasonable estimate considering the cost of fabrication alone, even if they have their own machine shop to cut all the metal the overhead is pretty expensive. Obviously you've never tried to prototype anything or you'd understand that even ugly prototypes that don't work cost lots of money.
i know it was said above but...