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Is this the ultimate in dual-sport, offroad biking?

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I thought this part was interesting...

"To turn left, for example, you'd push the right side of the handlebar forward, to point the front of the tread left -- it's the same motion as on a motorcycle."

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I thought this part was interesting...

"To turn left, for example, you'd push the right side of the handlebar forward, to point the front of the tread left -- it's the same motion as on a motorcycle."
A very slow moving motorcycle.
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