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dahondaboy

the three wheelie

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is the la z trike or a trike a lounger! looks comfy!

as for the ditch digging? i have a bike for that, this is my xs650 climber and me at the widowmaker hillclimb in 08.

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it makes nice trenches lol

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It is quite comfy, my ex brother-in-law asked me to store the trike and the chair for him, then he disappeared. I just got a wild hair and decided to make a chair that I can drive around. That is a nice trench digger, has it ever actually made it up that hillclimb? From what I understand, only like 14 people have ever successfully climbed that hill.

BTW, I missed the post where you talked about power being your friend and using throttle control. I understand your philosophy there, I just have a problem with throttle control, I know how it works, I just can't let up sometimes when I know that I should. That is why that much hp in a lighter machine would be such a problem for me.

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yup you are right only a handful have topped the 1000' foot monster. petey krunich did it last year on a bandit 1200 powered bike, i have only got 714 feet, but that beat out 28 other riders. last year i took 7th in 2 classes and 14th in the big one. every year i get closer.

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Hey now, we are not completely off topic here, the conversation about 3 wheeled vehicles with no practical use is kind of what this thread was started with. Besides, you started the digging trenches idea, and he started the thread, so I think that entitles him to a little room to wander.

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He has a My Little Pony? Now that is gay. Although, I did eat some My Little Pony fruit snacks once, while I did not feel fruity afterward, I did find them quite tasty.

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Dirt Demon. That Lazy Trike is freakin awesome!! LOL!! I love it. I don't think I would be caught in public riding it. But, its one of a kind!! Two thumbs up. I did notice its missing a beer holder and remote. Does the leg rest take the place of the foot pegs!?

Is it ok if I post that pic on honda350X.com? My fellow Xer's will love that contraption!!!

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Feel free to share, and yes, the foot rest will be essentially replacing the footpegs as I will be mounting the brake pedal and throttle at the feet, and the shifting will be done by a hand with a lever placed in the left arm rest, and rest assured, a cup holder will likely find its way into the right arm rest. I might even place a cooler on the back in place of the original seat.

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