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Now this is interesting to motorcyclists

http://www.gizmag.com/motoinno-ts3-m...default-widget

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Interesting concept, now how do we make it look like a big bagger Goldwing?
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That system looks very well suited to the sport bike styling. Maybe not so much on cruisers or touring bikes. But then forks are all we know. It sure would be nice to try out.

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I would like to take it for a tour and see how it feels after a 1000 miles or so.
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Interesting , - but got me to remember the neracar motorcycle from 1918 .

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Didn't someone post a picture of a Wing with a front end similar not too awfully long ago? Methinks Honda was actually doing something like this already.
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Didn't someone post a picture of a Wing with a front end similar not too awfully long ago? Methinks Honda was actually doing something like this already.
Yes but I don't believe much of what I hear and about 1/2 of what I see. There have been pictures of many vehicles that never happened in magazines over the years.

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