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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-26-2009, 02:15 PM Thread Starter
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Ice racing anyone.........?

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...only for the seriously quick!!!

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I've seen those red x's before

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Yeah Gus, they've been out for years now. Nothing new here.
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I'll go out on a limb, and assume since you ride a Triumph, that you are trying to post pictures of Scott's 675. If not, it's pretty cool anyway ...


From Scott ".875 steel studs with aluminum backers. The reason I wanted to use studs was more traction than just ice screws. The traction is ridiculous! The front end is not perfect yet and I will be making a few changes. Hopefully have it ready to try again middle of next week (with front brakes). "
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alright somebody find me those spikes , my tires need replaced any way,

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post #10 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-26-2009, 11:37 PM Thread Starter
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...only for the seriously quick!!!
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Man oh man. You think of good traction on a 85 degree day with a fresh set of slicks right off the tire warmers. That's nothing compared to the traction that thing has got to have. I'll bet that rim spins right up on the tire. I'm wondering how you would beed lock a tire like that on a 17" rim and what the inside liner of that tire looks like. I'm betting those tires have tubes in them. The bike needs fenders so you don't take a football size chunk of flesh out of your friends leg banging bars into a corner.

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i was thinking that it needs more nearer the edges. doesnt look like it would provide alot of lean angle.
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