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Discussion in 'Global Surf Talk' started by choked out surfer, Mar 24, 2010.
35 mph,4 stroke,epa approved,and no,the surfboard will not fly off.Video out next week.
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if you build them
they will fly..... love it...!
You are literally a genius. I really think this might have quite a broad market appeal; if I was an investor, I would be getting in touch with you...
How stable is it to ride? And what's the max speed you can ride at?
Yeah I was just gonna ask the same question . I wold like to get some info on biggest board you can carry and the affects of windspeed while transporting a surfboard
Really stable,Ive had it up to 32 mph,that was to fast,**** happens quick,I stay around 20.
tighttttt im thinking about convertin my beach cruiser now haha
Put this in the surf vehicle tread
Eh...? 20 mph on that bike with that board overhead? Not happening unless it's all downhill from your crib to the beach. You're likely doing 10-12 mph on the flats, maybe.
How many people does it take to unstrap that setup? Because it looks like you unstrap one end of the longboard & then have to move to the other, lending added chances to the situation for board falling off.
OK, just saw the motor on that flivver. I guess you're not pedaling much.
That is ill right there. Probably a ton of fun to ride and some nice shade in the summer thanks to your board. I like my boards yellow anyway. So I guess its like a moped; you don't need a motorcycle license to ride it. More details man I am interested!
It's like a golf cart for surfers. A covered shaggin wagon. Shackin wagon.
Can you mount a firearm on it? Asking for MichaelJr.
Is it long & strong enough to handle a gnome plank?
See that you're filing several bids this evening for the HOTY14. Pennant chase bro. That's timely.
Nah you don't want to get wax or sand on your hair...or on your sweet new bike.....it might make patgeds cry.
Bernoulli effect!! Turn the board around...... increase the lift.
my whip, better late than never http://providence.craigslist.org/cto/4825858753.html
why have i never seen this before?? perfect for navigating the north end of oc in summertime!