Jay's test ride of electirc superbike

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Re: Jay's test ride of electirc superbike

Post by Duane Ausherman » Sat Dec 05, 2015 9:49 pm

I haven't ridden one of them yet and probably won't. Zak Vetter rides a Zero electric and it is hot. Someone brought an electric bike from Italy for Craig and Zak to ride before his accident. It had a 100 horse motor and the report was hard to believe.

Terry Hershner rides for Zero and collects the records. He recently beat out Tesla for long distance on one charge.

Zak gets to use a Tesla any time that he wants one. He promises to get one for my next visit. Prolly not a cool as my ConFusion hi-bread.
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Re: Jay's test ride of electirc superbike

Post by Rob » Sat Dec 05, 2015 9:56 pm

Duane Ausherman wrote:I haven't ridden one of them yet and probably won't. Zak Vetter rides a Zero electric and it is hot. Someone brought an electric bike from Italy for Craig and Zak to ride before his accident. It had a 100 horse motor and the report was hard to believe.

Terry Hershner rides for Zero and collects the records. He recently beat out Tesla for long distance on one charge.

Zak gets to use a Tesla any time that he wants one. He promises to get one for my next visit. Prolly not a cool as my ConFusion hi-bread.
Let's just hope Monsanto doesn't get their hands in our hi-bread, too! (more like in-bread...)
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Re: Jay's test ride of electirc superbike

Post by Zombie Master » Sat Dec 05, 2015 11:42 pm

Changing a tubular handlebar isn't much of a challenge for an OF.
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