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ilovehotshot
Posted 6/12/2013 10:41 AM (#72122)
Subject: 250cc or less + sidecar


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Looking for a rig for my son. Due to legal restrictions in Texas it must be 250cc or less. Would especially like an enduro type sidecar with a dual sport bike, but that might be too much to ask. Hit me up if you have something you think I might like. Thanks
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Markh00
Posted 7/7/2013 9:05 AM (#72573 - in reply to #72122)
Subject: RE: 250cc or less + sidecar


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Check out the other sidecar forum "advrider.com" In their forum, look for the post "Is 10-hp enough" there might be some useful info there.
I have a Harley with a liberty sidecar, but years ago owned a Suzuki scooter. I have always been interested in low HP High MPG machines. I was disappointed that one of the dealers did not respond to your post with some suggestions for appropriate sidecars. If you're looking for a bike, all three of the Japanese OEMs have a 250cc street bike.
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Hack'n
Posted 7/7/2013 12:55 PM (#72577 - in reply to #72122)
Subject: Re: 250cc or less + sidecar



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The Honda Rebel 250 works well with a lighter car such as the 562 Velorex. Many sidecar training sites use this combo.
We have also used the 250 Honda Helix and Reflex models with the smaller 562 sidecars.

Lonnie
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Markh00
Posted 7/10/2013 6:38 PM (#72692 - in reply to #72577)
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Thanks Lonnie
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Rob98801
Posted 9/4/2013 10:19 PM (#73757 - in reply to #72122)
Subject: Re: 250cc or less + sidecar


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I have a couple of sidecar rigs for sale at least very shortly.my cross country rig (150cc) and my 200cc which was just finished... page 15....
http://issuu.com/genext/docs/good_life_august_2012?mode=embed&layou...

may not fit your sons Ideal rig..
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Markh00
Posted 9/11/2013 8:21 PM (#73940 - in reply to #73757)
Subject: Re: 250cc or less + sidecar


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I wish I could access the cover article. Back in the late 60s a friend of my parents decided to go to California. The guy was a hermit of sorts. He lived in the southern part of Illinois and rode his moped to the coast. I have always thought that the slower you travel, the more enjoy the trip.
Now I can open the mag! Great story!

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Rob98801
Posted 9/11/2013 10:16 PM (#73943 - in reply to #73940)
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I just tried the link and it works...
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Peter Pan
Posted 9/11/2013 11:19 PM (#73944 - in reply to #72122)
Subject: Re: 250cc or less + sidecar



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I just read myself the article about the Vespa trip. although my back akes still from my Alaska trip, my brain started to become nervous again.
Wow, how it will be, when all the paperwork will be done and the Ural Patrol down here in Costa Rica.
At the moment the Jawa is still under construction, and grippe would not let me out the house with the solo-KLR...
Sven

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Markh00
Posted 9/12/2013 7:02 PM (#73972 - in reply to #73944)
Subject: Re: 250cc or less + sidecar


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Maybe some one will make a small sidecar for the new Honda Grom. Check it out on the Internet. It's caused a stir for a bike with only 125 cc

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Hack'n
Posted 9/12/2013 7:27 PM (#73974 - in reply to #72122)
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Find an old CSC Commutor, they are tiny but a small person can squeeze into them.

Lonnie



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