Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Roman Chariot Motor Bike

This is a pic I found online (it took forever! there seems to be only one picture of it). I found this so you all didn't think my update was just filled with craziness! So here it is a street legal roman chariot.


STMTZ

10 comments:

  1. This is pretty cool but is that a cop car parked behind it??

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  2. Yes, but the important part that is left out is that I drove past this thing one day at work, seriously.

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  3. http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-26srN1lDExk/TWeNrSfwiAI/AAAAAAAACDY/PhW4ZJcvhnA/s1600/dummy.jpg

    Here is another picture of it in action.

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  4. That is a cop car and they were working with us to set up the East Coast Trike In there in Mt. Airy NC in 2010. There was a wright up on it in the MT. Airy paper and that is the pic that was on the frt. page. The Chariot now has over 25,000 miles on it. It runs back and forth on 85 and 40 from Franklinton. to North Wilks about everyother weekend.

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  5. Well thank you for the information! I saw the Chariot a second time as I was headed towards Louisburg, the first time I was on Route 1. It makes every take a second look and smile. It's a awesome trike!

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  6. Thank you. It is a blast to drive. We love putting it in parades, but the most fun is the looks people give you when you pass them on the hi way doing about 5 mph over the speed limit.LOL
    If I don't do a little over the speed limit. I back up traffic with people taking pic of it LOL

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  7. Hay STMTZ I live just off %^ between Franklinton and Louisburg. if you want to stop by someday and get a good look at it as well as some of the other trikes I have out here.http://www.facebook.com/#!/profile.php?id=524040828

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  8. Unfortunately I am hundreds of miles away at the moment, up in Pennsylvania, but the next time I'm down in NC I'd love to stop by and check out some of your trikes, looked at you FB page and you got some amazing vehicles.

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