If you took a three-wheeled motorcycle and dropped the shell of an auto atop it, this is what you would get. Lift the hood of the "car," and there is the engine riding on a single steerable wheel of its own
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I really wish this practice had caught on, for I would be delighted to be driving down a highway and see such a sight.
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Here's what I'm envisioning: the possibly inebriated rider pulls up in the biker bar parking lot and, eager to join his buddies inside, hops off without disconnecting, instantly and uselessly inflating his jacket and earning much laughter from pals.
Greg Hudome is hoping to raise $600,000 on kickstarter to start production on his "Dog Saucer"
invention. So far he's managed to raise $100, so he's got a ways to go.
Driving 300 KPH sounds way more exciting than driving 200 MPH.
Here's the link to a motorcycle racing with an Audi in Germany. The other cars and trucks look like they are parked on the road.
I will admit I watched the entire thing waiting for a crash. But, if the truth were told, this is the same reason we watch NASCAR.
I know some places really stack them deep on buses and trains, but a scooter? I think there are nine people on this one, unless there's another bucket on the other side.
Please don't try this at home.