/ An end to puncture misery
I wouldn't like to trust that bikes handling on fast corners...
i wouldnt want to trust it on any corners.
i bet they take some getting going as well with all of that weight, and stopping on hard ground will be frightening
when will we see something like this? please note, the production model would have sidewalls to make it more sturdy.
I once made the mistake of buying some of those hideous solid (no inner tube) tyres you could get in the early 90's (1990's- not 1890's).
I still have nightmares about the time I survived a 2 wheel drift round a bend- nearly under the wheels of a bus- using them.
I got rid shortly after.
I bet those springs handle better!
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