Reduce the hassle

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  1. dave jm

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    And they do it upside down, that nation of sheep-shaggers
     
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    Now now why bring the Welsh into this topic:ROFLMAO:
     
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    New Zeland bike ...

    Looks fun, wonder how much ...:Eeek:

    Richard
     
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    Cheaper than an electric scooter and faster than a zimmer frame:ROFLMAO:
     
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    They managed to go through the whole interview without mentioning the range or the charging time :ROFLMAO:

    My experience of electric vehicles is you are lucky to get half the claimed range
     
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    The NZ equivalent of Uncle Clive.

    No hope of braking without ending up with a flat nose.

    As a work of engineering art - magnificent.
     
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    With that volume of battery, a mile or two.

    Illegal as a bicycle in the UK, too fast and no pedals, so it would need to be certified and registered as a motorbike.

    And the YIKE bit is when someone pulls out in front and you head butt them. Hands behind your back to ensure maximum injuries.
     
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    No hope of braking because its got no brakes :ROFLMAO:

    You get the flat nose when you try going downhill :ROFLMAO:
     
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    I'd love to see his face first time he tries. Not a lot of hills in Christchurch.

    Maybe one of the optional accessories are Super Clogs - high friction soles.

    Followed by

    Super Helmet with advanced nose guard.

    Braking parachute.

    Ejector seat.

    Last will and testament kit.

    Funeral insurance.
     
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    Yikes

    Yikes have you seen the price?

    Great idea but a great price too, projected to be over £3,000. :Eeek:
     
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    saw it :whatthe:
    The total price of the YikeBike is expected to be between €3,500 and €3,900.:Eeek:

    Once produced in China ... ??
     
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    Thats why they will be made in China JIM.....SO YOU CAN NIP ALONG:ROFLMAO:
     
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