Ouch, did anyone get pics? Whose bike was it? :lol:you don't want to be the guy that has his bike fall off the stand and land on Rhys Millen's race car
Ouch, did anyone get pics? Whose bike was it? :lol:
Sweet Husky! Looks like you could use some axle sliders Are you racing that elsewhere? AZ tracks?
you might look into a large cart from Harbor freight or other tool supplies. Look for the kind with pneumatic tires, pull handle with swivel front, and a brake. Then modify the cart to work, or steal the vital parts off it and make a new frame. I would suggest making a good sized cart (wheelbase near the same length as the bike and a track-width almost as wide as the bars) for added stability.
I haven't raced PPIHC but I like to build stuff, so that's my suggestion on the cart! :thumbup:
I would like to get out there this year to watch if my schedule and travel budget allows! Need to check dates. I've got a lot of events to cover this year. My UT series, AMA races, as well as a couple other regional supermoto races.
Unless they change the rules you can't run any type of tow vehicle to include quads and golf carts.heres a crazy idea:
what if I took a golf cart, and added some type of tail to it so the bike would "hang" from the back? That way I would have a mobile bike stand that would allow tire warmers, and also have a mini transportation buggy to move crap around the whole week.
looking on craigslist, I see multiple options for golf cars
great! thanks for the pic. I have something very close to that already. I was afraid I would need something with big (10") wheels on it. I like what you have here, but was not sure how uneven the road was. thank you!Keep it simple.
this part I don't understand. I only need stand for the day of race, but what is the rest of this?...practice is just gonna be pit style area where you ride to/from
Oh I want to, believe me.ratfarts
how could not defend a win!?!