bikes transported in LEAST suitable vehicles?
a subject close to my heart being a mtb enthusiast who also loves sports cars.
see pic – anyone got any others to share? 😉Posted 6 years ago
Hahaha good effort fellas. I knew I wasnt the only one!
In my day Ive managed at various times:
-a bike both inside a lotus elise and another on a bike rack on the back
-5 people and 5 bikes on/in/hanging out of a golf GTi mk2 to drive up the col d’iseran in france (2730m!)
– 2 full bikes and a passenger in the back of a TVR (!)
– that pic was my MTB last weekend shoehorned into the back of a 911 GT3.
I think the goldwing pic takes the prize so far though….what a legend!Posted 6 years ago
I’ve seen a combo that fits that description (Surrey Hills natch).
Being a Surrey Hills rider I’ve seen a 911 and an Aston V8 with bikes crammed in the back. My mate with the Aston then bought a Nissan GTR and has yet to find a way to get his bike into it… what a frightful pain in the posterior it is (don’t you know)Posted 6 years agojulianwilsonMember
bigbloke – Member
I know someone that transports their bike on top of their Porsche 911 Carrera s, obviously its a Porsche rack n bars……it looks weird.
I saw just that at the 24/12 a couple of years ago. Not even that good a bike iirc. Complete opposite to most of my mates (esp downhilling ones) -a £400 bike on the roof of a £lordknowshowmuch car. 😆Posted 6 years agowasMember
everytime I see a 350 or 370Z it makes me want to run out and buy one… what a lovely looking motor.
Its just a crying shame they put that sodding strut brace in the rear, and the plastic speaker / glove box setup behind the seats making the boot almost useless. I’ve been tempted to get one of these hitches from the states $85 curt trailer hitch and a rack to fit.
They are very cheap now to buy now… fuel prices have hit hard. Mine does 26mpg, £260 tax and £400 insurance so not that bad really.
LHS – WINNER!Posted 6 years ago
10pmix – good effort! Is that a totally bespoke rack for that motorbike or can yuo actually buy something like that somewhere? I have a full lisence but never owned a motorbike for long simply down to the fact that I assumed carrying a bike was impossible. This could be a total game changer…..!Posted 6 years ago
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