Very cool Russian motorcycle

This would be great around the farm. :D

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+23 1. smacky commented 7 years ago

Shut up and take my money!
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+8 2. Meggey commented 7 years ago

#1 Ok that will be £3,000,000 please lol
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+13 3. torbengb commented 7 years ago

Who cares about potholes and staircases, this thing looks comfy! :) Sturdy and lightweight, too.
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+8 4. edz commented 7 years ago

Russian machine has got to be the lightest and most versatile yet. But if you want one you’ll have to earn it; instead of selling them as complete machines its creator is offering nothing more than a set of plans.

Read more: http://www.visordown.com/motorcycle-news--general-news/russian-diy-bike/24768.html#ixzz37civhHLS
do lego know about this bike :D :D :D :D :D I want one its called a Rokon Trailbreaker motorcycle
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+6 5. cameramaster commented 7 years ago

OK...I'm impressed! I can see the armed services could use that, if the power source lasted long enough, you could drop those by parachute, silent, multi-terrain, versatile, and obviously a hell of a lot faster than walking, just the thing!
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+3 6. bndbnd commented 7 years ago

In soviet russia even bikes are all wheel drive
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+1 7. pauldmixer commented 7 years ago

Looks a lot like a Rokon Trail Breaker, except not made from heavitanium :D . http://www.rokon.com/1_4_trail-breaker.html
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+1 8. Dumfbuck commented 7 years ago

Rokon is American. This is the Russian made Taurus 2x2.
http://mikeshouts.com/taurus-2x2-terrain-motorcycle/
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+1 9. fattony4242 commented 7 years ago

I owned a Trail Blazer 125 back in 1979 in Tasmania.Petrol engine, front and rear wheel drive. 125 cc Whitebend chainsaw motor. 3 speed gearbox with gearshift next to the tank.Each wheel carried 7 gallons of fuel in the aluminium sheet metal hubs.The main fuel tank (triangular) carried an additional 3 gallons.The seat was long enough to seat three adults.I used to go bush with my girlfriend for up to eight days and still bring back 1 gallon of fuel.The air intake was made of a material like cork.Believe it or not-- but the bloody thing used to run under water!!!Great for climbing over fences or cars but lousey at hill climbs.Needed a 250 cc motorbike engine.At the time it was one of only four in Australia._____This Russian bike looks GREAT.Electric- I think?Limited range, but very light and compact.Nice.Fat Tony.
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+3 10. sunnydaze4me commented 7 years ago

#9 It is a gasoline engine. Read the link @ #4 (i)