A Russian AWD Motorcycle that fits in a dufflebag!

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  1. TonyBKK

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    Doesn't this look like fun?? Can't figure out how they power the front wheel, or even what kind of engine is in there, but it sure is intriguing!
     
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    Sorry Tony, tried to reload several times but no foto comes up.............txs, FR
     
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    Hi Franz! Not a photo, but a video. Here's the YouTube link:
     
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    More information about this amazing Russian 2x2 motorcycle-

    It's called a Tarus and comes in two versions, a 2-stroke and a 4-stroke-
    Tarus-1.jpg
    You can't buy one, but you can buy the plans to build one for 1,300 Rubles or roughly $40 here: http://www.mtv-t.ru/ :clap:

    Another video of the amazing Russian Tarus 2x2 suitcase motorcycle :mrgreen:
     
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    I love it! Can we find a Somchai to build one?
     
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    Well, Red Baron's got a 50% off sale in their used parts warehouse right now... I'd love to try and throw something like this together but would need some help with the welding.
     

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