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oscarthegrouch

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Bikes for those who had an accident

Don't know about you but if i couldn't ride a solo again due to accident it would ave to be one of these:winkie:

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aehewitt

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aehewitt says:

A work of art..

They really are....:smile

However IF i ever had a nasty accident i`d probably go for a nice trike.and then take up drag racing.... :sunglasses: :lol:..

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ninjachica

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ninjachica says:

Oscar

Sadly, I think not.

The couple on the left went to school with my o/h!!

They did some fantastic work.  Double seated sidecars with DVD players built in - perfect for the kids!!!!



Edit:  the little dog is still going though.:biggrin:

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babyrocket

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babyrocket says:

osc im

on it mate, and ive now got the pics to prove it doesnt have to be a spaz chariot for pure beautiful and powerful looking bikes.

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babyrocket

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babyrocket says:

got buzzed by

an aerial atom on sunday heading off towards llandudno, fast as fcuk it was all i could do to keep it more than a few feet away from my rear mudguard, the lion tamer was squealing her protests rather noisily from under her lid, had we been on a longer straighter road im sure it would have whupped my arse, sometimes a bloke does actually need a fireblade despite what every one says, and maybe thats the route he might go down, with a lot of gentle persuading.

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babyrocket

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babyrocket says:

got buzzed by

an aerial atom on sunday heading off towards llandudno, fast as fcuk it was all i could do to keep it more than a few feet away from my rear mudguard, the lion tamer was squealing her protests rather noisily from under her lid, had we been on a longer straighter road im sure it would have whupped my arse, sometimes a bloke does actually need a fireblade despite what every one says, and maybe thats the route he might go down, with a lot of gentle persuading.

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Beelady

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Beelady says:

Some beautiful bikes there.

I rode a trike for a while, before I got my new knee installed, and I'd probably go back to one, rather than a sidecar. I have had sidecars before but prefer a trike. Some of those lovely pictures are making me think, though.

Just out of interest, one of my local forum members who lost the use of his legs was riding a solo and he used to carry his wheelchair on the back. Used to keep up with his riding mates pretty well too.

Check out all the adaptations you can get on the NABD website. They've helped me with several problems and I'm still on two wheels :biggrin:

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oscarthegrouch

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yeah pretty cool eh

he needs one of them for sure mate if not a trike like pointed out by some others

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oscarthegrouch

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or how about this

radical sr8

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oscarthegrouch

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or

ariel atom

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