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heaven help you if it falls over. better ride with your buddies. and bring your walmart back brace...


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How did they get it on the center stand ? Must be a forklift following.

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uhhh, you're only seeing half of it. It's a 48 cylinder bike. Somewhere on my Mac I have a link to more photo's and a video of the thing running. Weighs close to a ton I think....

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If the engine is hot your're not going to be picking it up. There is no place to grab hold of either to pick it upOnce that engine gets warm you ain't going to ride it for long eitherYou would be a BBQ'd brat in about 5 minutes.

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Have to ride to a football field to turn it around. That thing looks longer than a chopper

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Here is a short video of the Wonder bike. Would have been more rideable with

only 24 bangers.

Finally a bike for NBA players.

http://www.home.zonnet.nl/ruiter2432/48.wmv

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Here's a link to several more pic's of the 48 cylinder bike. The file size was

too large to post the pic's here.

http://www.bigbikeriders.com/48cyl.htm

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Plugs would cost you $96 !!!

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wowzers.

Is this done just because one can? I wish I had that much time and money...


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