You bet you are. It's just like driving your automatic car. Do you worry about pulling into the driveway or garage with it? Stop procrastinating and go buy one....heheSo, since there's no clutch, I'm worried about control at slow speed, f.ex. going up the driveway and turning around in the garage. Am I unnecessarily worried?
Hi in regards to the turntable stuff, a industrial movers plate like we use on some jobs might do the trick ( or make one ) it's a solid plate with bent wings on 2 opposite sides to attach the (4) casters. this way the plate is lower than the casters. in our case 1/2 inch off the ground. for stability you could drill a hole in the concrete and insert a tube , then add a pivot pin under the plate. ride over the plate 1/2 inch. and position the bike so that the center stand sits on the plate. it would take apx. 18 X 18 inches square of room and could be remove. MarcHarold said:I think I'm gonna try jacking it up on the Canadian Tire motorcycle jack about 3-4 inches and spinning it on the dolly wheels. My situatio is just like yours and I hate backing it down the driveway but it's hard to do an "Austin Powers" in the garage with the 650 :lol: :lol:
I agree with Russ. I have a similar situation with my 650 where I go up a ramp into my shed. I don't have enough room to turn the bike around so I back it out and down the ramp using the technique Russ described. No problem!Russ Schaeffer said:Stormsteed,
The best way to go up a steep driveway is to just nose into the garage and when you want to leave just back out and use the rear brake (left lever) as you back down the hill. The left lever is a combo brake but the idea is the same, the front brake is not as effective backing down a hill.
Actually have the same product imported to the US. One location that sells it for $59 is :NormanB said:I feel pretty sure you will have something like this on your side of the pond and probably a whole lot cheaper