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My new rig

My 2017 Zero S now with Watsonian Meteor sidecar.  Big thanks to Bob Wark at The Warkshop for building subframe and mounting.

Dave President USCA 

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Sweet!! It looks fast just sitting there.

Tom Wells aka Reardan Tom

Looks like a good lightweight combination.

 

Congratulations, would love to read a ride report, how does it handle? Speed? Range? Braking? Etc. 

Quote from dave on April 3, 2020, 12:23 pm

My 2017 Zero S now with Watsonian Meteor sidecar.  Big thanks to Bob Wark at The Warkshop for building subframe and mounting....

Nice!  1st of its kind I've seen.   I suspect the instant torque of the Zero makes for a fun, stealthy ride.

Looking fwd to more pics, along with tech & ride report.

Lee Summer Grove, LA R1100GS/CSM Sidecar, Burgman/Texas Ranger, Zuma 50F, MB5, TW200, CRF250L

I get water in my mouth...except the cigar, you have there what I have in mind for quite a few days.

Congratulations Swamp Fox. Go for it and tell us more.

Is it a 2 point "Schwenker" (What is the English word?) or 3 point fixed rig? Or a combination for fix in Winter and sway in summer? I get really puzzled by the photo.

it's a two point.  but has a strut for moving around garage.  Peter , swing, leaner, ect.  ride: very nimble and fast.  braking: seems ok, there is 160 extra pounds hanging off to the side.

Dave proud owner.

Been watching the build with interest on Bob's Facebook.   It's super rad. 😀

thumbs up

Go for it.