Anybody ride their rigs in the Snow?
Do you have a picture of the other side? We have been discussing the pros and cons of side car vs. trike for when two wheels are not quite enough. Any thoughts? Thanks
They don't Salt the roads here in Montana. They use sand after plowing. So we don't have that Rusting issue so much.could be fun, but only cold weather dogs like huskies are truely comfortable in very cold weather + the salt put on the roads will destroy a nice rig unless washed off immediately after riding!!! a local friend has beautiful siberian husky + his car window is ALWAYS down unless its raining. about 15 degrees last week + Buckeye the husky was easily half way out the window of the ford focus ENJOYING the COLD!!!
Next time it snows in NWA send some south to Fort Smith. I really want to give it a tryNot here in Arkansas. It turns to ice almost immediately. When it snows, it coats the ground and at first is ok. But then the sun melts the snow a little. At night the stuff freezes. Then the road crews get started. It is really hard to plow a 3" thick sheet of ice off the roads.
Yes- go to Sidecar.com and/or join USCA (United Sidecar Association). You don't need a hack to join, and there is SO much info there! Pretty much the only place I've seen with any reliable info, except for here that has a few bits about Indians only.... We have been discussing the pros and cons of side car vs. trike for when two wheels are not quite enough. Any thoughts? Thanks