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Landtuna said:
Wow, that same happened to me once. I was 19 years old when I went home to visit the folks, my kid brother had built a custom banana bike. A 20 inch with tall bars and seat and a extended front end. I had to show off so I road around for a bit then puled a wheelie and watched as the front wheel fell off and started rolling away, I held the front up for a few more yards as I keep picking up speed then decided the sooner I go down the better so I let down the front and boy did those front forks dig into that hot asphalt. I jumped, tucked and rolled and came away with scraps and bruises. But boy did my little brother get a talk-en to about keeping his nuts tight.
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STEALTH CRUISER said:
I seen a stunt rider ride a bike just like that in his performance.Maybe its him.
Yeah... It was a German guy, I think. All this guy has to do is keep it balanced as he slows down to a speed that he can jump from. :lol:
 

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I think he would have been better bringing it on over and falling on his rear end.
 

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Red Wrote
That pic reminds me of a Kenny Rogers song.....

"It's a Fine Time To Leave Me Loose Wheel"!!!!
Now THAT was FUNNY!!!!
 

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If he's REAL good, he just needs to come up on an open utility trailer with a low deck height. Have the tow vehicle cruise down the road in front of the bike at a speed no slower than 20 m.p.h. and no faster than 35 m.p.h. When the bike approaches the trailer "simply" back off the gas until the forks are sitting on the trailer and both operators vehicles come to a controled stop. See, simple! :roll:
 

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IR Harry wrote:Now THAT was FUNNY!!!!
Diavalos wrote:Oh man...you never fail to crack me up!
Aww..Red's just jealous cuzz this guy found a cure for his front end wobble.
O/T: Hey Red, any new developments on getting the wobble demons exorcised from the Wing?
It's hard to believe, that in this day of computerized, 3-D solids modeling,
design a new airplane overnight CAD/CAM technologies,
that someone hasn't figured this problem out yet.
Even if it's a combination of things,
no one of which would cause the problem,
the engineers should be able to define it.
DC
 
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