The Original Cornering Sidecar Bike 2007

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A different take on the sidecar bicycle. The bike (A) moves independent of the sidecar (B) via a rear shock that mounts the sidecar to the bike frame via another bike’s pivoting headset. The other bikes (B) headtube floats near the chainstay of the main bike (A). The fork from the headtube (B) has been bent and welded to the chainstay and seat stay of bike (A). Main triangle of the sidecar bike (B) is left on the headtube and then a rear triangle makes up the outer portion holding the wheel. Bike (A)’s Fork broke so now it has a beefier chopped version. Bike was carrying about 300 lbs. just before it broke!!! Will update pics later.

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