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    Wesll Bike - Want & Covet

    Ran across this video tonight and just had to share it.
    Looks like they are competitors in my heart against Piaggio for the most awesome, unique ride! Now if they'd only get this into production...
    Check out their website at Wesll.com

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    Looks like a refinement of the leaning two-wheel kit for Harleys - as an alternative to trike kits.

    The H-D kit is sold by Tilting Motors, IIRC. Now someone's taking it a step farther.
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    Looks like fun and some interesting capabilities.

    Dear Wesll, please send me one for testing and I'll let you know break resistant it is.
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    Interesting technology, but I'd get myself killed fast on it.
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    Aye like it. How much? does it come in a street legal model?
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    You can side hill it!
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    4 wheeler on stilts? Tall skinny tires. Where is the center of gravity. I'm definitely interested... independent suspension.
    Last edited by indigo; 05-31-2016 at 08:44 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by indigo View Post
    4 wheeler on stilts? Tall skinny tires. Where is the center of gravity.
    Where ever you want it to be.

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    how low can you go... looks quite stable though
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