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ms-r
Posted 4/2/2013 5:57 PM (#70777)
Subject: french manufacturer of sidecar


Posts: 3

hello
I'm new to this forum, I am here to present my activity.
I am a manufacturer of sidecar!

achieve its sidecars for people with children.
or the person with a disability.

Here is our site:


we have two side, a sport "neptune"
and the family "cocoon"



the front fork of the frame part.
our technology is a carrier frame.
we put the bike on the chassis.
and there is a wheel on the steering
sidecar









I present to you our first realization


1400ZZR


 





 

1050 speed triple






BMW 1200 GS


 


 

 

 

 

harley 1200 sporter

 

 

 

 

 



 


 






the youngest one ducati 1198" neptune "









 






new small pictures


rims for 1198


cutting fairings


editing cuts


implementation


integration rather successful, with a minium cut the fairing



I hope that our work will please you.


new photos







shocks EMC and u scottoiler



version pocket bike :lol:


Cool

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SidecarMike
Posted 4/2/2013 8:33 PM (#70781 - in reply to #70777)
Subject: RE: french manufacturer of sidecar



Posts: 1710
Location: Menomonie, Wisconsin USA
I need to start buying lottery tickets.  These things are beautiful.
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Peter Pan
Posted 4/4/2013 9:44 PM (#70820 - in reply to #70777)
Subject: Re: french manufacturer of sidecar



Posts: 1886
Location: San Isidro de Heredia, Costa Rica
My mouth run full of water in seconds. You guys in the old continent are years ahead from us...
I just start to put a Husquarna motocross engine into my Jawa rig.
You build rockets.
I pull my hat. You earn sincere congratulations.
Sven
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ms-r
Posted 4/9/2013 3:36 PM (#70922 - in reply to #70820)
Subject: Re: french manufacturer of sidecar


Posts: 3
Peter Pan - 4/4/2013 9:44 PM

My mouth run full of water in seconds. You guys in the old continent are years ahead from us...
I just start to put a Husquarna motocross engine into my Jawa rig.
You build rockets.
I pull my hat. You earn sincere congratulations.
Sven



merci!!!!
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Txart
Posted 4/14/2013 12:42 PM (#70994 - in reply to #70922)
Subject: Re: french manufacturer of sidecar



Posts: 145
Location: Brazoria, tx
These are beautiful cars and I bet performance is right there with the looks. Since I would have to ask how much does one cost, I know I can not afford one. The design is far out!!!!!

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ms-r
Posted 7/30/2013 6:46 PM (#73089 - in reply to #70777)
Subject: RE: french manufacturer of sidecar


Posts: 3

I have forgotten to say that the sidecar wheel is
directional

the wheel turns to the right and left

 

 






 


 

 



Edited by ms-r 7/30/2013 6:48 PM
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timo482
Posted 8/3/2013 9:03 PM (#73181 - in reply to #73089)
Subject: RE: french manufacturer of sidecar


Posts: 628
Location: Belle Plaine MN
wow!! how does the linkage work between the sidecar wheel and the front wheel, how much lead do you have of the side wheel vs the rear wheel

very very nice engineering

to
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High Octane
Posted 8/12/2013 11:47 PM (#73414 - in reply to #70777)
Subject: RE: french manufacturer of sidecar


Posts: 25
Location: Estelline South Dakota
Have you ever done a BMW K1600? I'm not ready to hack mine yet but your style seems like it would be a good fit. Maybe in the future......
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Peter Pan
Posted 12/16/2013 2:32 PM (#75268 - in reply to #70777)
Subject: Re: french manufacturer of sidecar



Posts: 1886
Location: San Isidro de Heredia, Costa Rica
Yesterday I did not get any price out of the Christmas lottery. Too sad.
But I signed in the morning one more paper for to get Sophie Travelair out of customs. The Ural Patrol is light years behind these French designs.
So soon something will move....
Sven
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