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Old 03-12-2012, 07:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Are there contraptions out there that let you transport snowboard on a race bike, like a Honda or Kawasaki?
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Are there contraptions out there that let you transport snowboard on a race bike, like a Honda or Kawasaki?
simple bungee cord no way is the board wider than the lane you are riding in. You may get some lift from the air but strap tight and should be no issues.

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You may get some lift from the air but strap tight and should be no issues.
portable airplane, lean back and rip it haha
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I just found it totally odd to be taking a bike to snowboard...
Hey it is warm enough to ride and snows on the hill go for it.
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It is more about third friend riding to my house and we go up together in my SUV. As opposed to we going way out to pick him up.

In CA it is sunny on the bottom, snow on top
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It is more about third friend riding to my house and we go up together in my SUV. As opposed to we going way out to pick him up.

In CA it is sunny on the bottom, snow on top
I think he would be fine riding to you, and will probably give lots of folks a good laugh
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