VIDEO: Air Conditioning for Motorcyclists

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buckinbottoms

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Didn't say how weather proof it was.

Hope the lock is secure enough that I can leave it on the bike. Can't carry around an A/C unit just anywhere. Federal buildings might have a problem with that.
 

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LOL so much for real progress plus for those who like pure speed or is a real bicker could care less of this little trinket. Going 120mph plus doing a lonely west Texas highway one doesn't need this.
 

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I'm really wondering how weatherproof the device is. If you're freezing cold while eating road spray off the back of a semi-truck is this thing going to short out?

Will it fit on my vespa? o_O
 

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[citation][nom]nforce4max[/nom]LOL so much for real progress plus for those who like pure speed or is a real bicker could care less of this little trinket. Going 120mph plus doing a lonely west Texas highway one doesn't need this.[/citation]

I ride a bicycle, does that make me a real biker? lol

Your comment made me think about that movie "Wild Hogs" with Tim Allen and John Travolta. I am pretty sure a big part of that movie was that there is no "real biker" stamp. Anyone can call themselves a real biker if they want. They just have to have a passion for riding on two wheels.

I bet you don't need a helmet either when you are doing your 120 plus. wow what a cool dude lol and such a REAL biker.

Now about the A/C. I doubt it will make a big splash in the motorcycle market, but you never know. Maybe the old guys will want something like this just to keep them more comfortable when it's cold. I really have a hard time seeing anyone need this to cool them down though when they are riding a motorcycle...even at low speeds, there should be a pretty decent breeze lol
 
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Having blasted across Texas and New Mexico in 106 degree weather a couple of times, I didn't see any 'real bikers' out on the road, I guess they were all in the bar cooling off. Almost losing a rider to heat stroke vs looking a little different....
 

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[citation][nom]touchdowntexas13[/nom]I ride a bicycle, does that make me a real biker? lolYour comment made me think about that movie "Wild Hogs" with Tim Allen and John Travolta. I am pretty sure a big part of that movie was that there is no "real biker" stamp. Anyone can call themselves a real biker if they want. [/citation]

I ride a real bike too.
On the edge of the road. As long as I'm pedaling I move forward.
Yes...
You are a real biker.
Anybody with a large credit limit can walk into a motorcycle shop and ride out with the blingiest or loudest motorcycle and badass gear, and be hell on wheels.
 

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[citation][nom]that guy[/nom]I ride a real bike too_On the edge of the road. As long as I'm pedaling I move forward.Yes...You are a real biker.Anybody with a large credit limit can walk into a motorcycle shop and ride out with the blingiest or loudest motorcycle and badass gear, and be hell on wheels.[/citation]


vroom...
vroom, vrooooooom, vroom.
 

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Looks like there will now be more bikers on the road , and heck I don't blame 'em bikes save more gas , if your single why not have a bike instead of a full car? (besides the icy killer roads in winter.)
 
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