Ever seen one of these?

Just something you don't see every day

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Dirty30 Dillon /

Now that is neat

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airplane motor on a bike w no tranny?

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Dirty30 Dillon /

It's a rotary hub motor, it needs no tranny

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kevin Smellaflange /

odd # of cylinders..always odd?

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> Brent Eaton Wrote:

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> odd # of cylinders..always odd?

Not always . Something about Fibonacci . ;)

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Death on your lungs...LOL!

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I want to see and hear a video of this running. I really like the "different" mopeds.

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Pushrod Fifty /

I saw it in NYC at the Art of the Motorcycle show at the Gugenheim back in the 90's. Impressive!

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yes in motorcycle museum in Solvang.

Truly insane design, if I remember correctly the intake goes through the hub of front wheel to the Motors. Must have been a pain to steer.

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These had no clutch, the manual said to "orbit" at stop signs.lol

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Josiah Radebaugh /

Orbit as in put it on the stand so the wheel is off the ground or just drive in circles!? Lets just hope you don't have to go anywhere that isn't straight

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> Aaron Blair Wrote:

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> These had no clutch, the manual said to "orbit" at stop signs.lol

That's hilarious. I was wondering what type of clutch it had...….LOL!

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I can't see anything besides the britten

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