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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 06-24-2013, 06:05 PM
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140 real-world miles. Cool. When I don't have to fold in half to ride it, maybe I'll take a look lol

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Can I take a number? That's awesome.

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Yep, and how long do I have to charge it before I can ride another 140 "highway" miles

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Not only will it have to be reborn into a format that supports silverbacks of which I am, but they will need to add adequate sound effects to make it audibly visible to pedestrians.

Nah, not really. The effects will be for my benefit. Screw the pedestrians.

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THAT is so bad ass! I want one. With range like that it could be a good commuting bike that can charge while at work.

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That is Badass. Can't wait till something actually becomes affordable...

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Don't try this at home...

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Since most do not live in the real world, the 140 mile range is a moot point.

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