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    Flying motorcycle

    How about one of these Fred?

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    I was sold as soon as I saw the sheepskin seat Ken.
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    That is a true all terrain motorcycle.
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    Nice find Ken, I flew foot launched paragliders for around 8 years. Have always had an interest in paramotors.
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    I was thinking how cool to make one that folds up on a TW, then land on top of the hardest rough terrain hill early in the morning. Then listen to MX riders saying how did that make it after struggling up it.
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    Ken, you have the makings of a good trickster.
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    The ideas people come up with will always amaze me. Good find Ken
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