Fat quadracycle, anyone?

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  • PhilO

    Just saw this in the new copy of Velovision.


    Contes Athos


    Premier Icon benji

    Don’t want one, but top marks for engineering something different.

    Premier Icon molgrips

    Hmm. Not wide enough to be a buggy, too narrow for a bike. No anti-roll bar, I wonder if this is deliberate (it may say in the commentary I’ve got the sound off!)

    I imagine it’d do technical climbs pretty well if it had diff lock.

    Premier Icon zippykona

    We now know that it is capable of riding on flat sand.
    Nicely built but I’d rather have a fat bike.

    Premier Icon boltonjon

    OK, it looks cool and is a great bit of engineering

    However, what purpose does it serve?

    I love fatbikes – great fun

    I love quads – good petrol powered fun – especially going uphill – bit nervous going downhill though

    The video is also pretty damn cheesy

    Premier Icon molgrips

    I always wanted an off-road pedalo – proper four wheel fun on the descents, with a bucket seat low down and a steering wheel. With all the bits he’s made for that you could make a perfect one. I think he’s wasted all that engineering!

    Premier Icon on and on

    Had to turn that off, it music was annoying me.
    Not much steering lock before the wheels touch the frame.

    I’d still like a go on it 🙂 looks like it could be fun.

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