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This was a standard broom/mop handle Radare, so it stuck out from the bike around 3 feet, It looked ridiculous which is why I only rode around the industrial area behind my house ( it was Sunday, so very quiet around there )radare wrote:That is an interesting POV. I like it. But two questions come to mind:
How long was the pole and did it cause problems when turning right?
Did anyone see you doing this and call you a dork?
The biggest problem was, because we ride on the left and the broom handle was attached to the left handlebar ( Obviously couldn't put it on the throttle side ...lol ) I had to stay well clear of the kerb so as not to hit any parked cars
It didn't cause any problems turing at all, right turns it was up in the air and left turns it was close to the ground ( a long ways off touching )
I think a few people saw me, I'm sure they thought I was a bit mad :huh: ( I don't care....lol )