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Which is better than a three-wheeler—a four-wheeler or a two-wheeler with wide tires?  Neither?

Or a Two-wheeler like this one, with a California plate and a pristine NOS Honda option Speedo/odo/trip meter, etc.?

Depends on where you want to be able to go and how you want to do it?  And...?

 

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FatCatHondalineSpeedo-Odo.jpeg

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14 hours ago, shrubitup said:

I got your tab number; you done now. 💣

You right!  Bubba didn't think of that'n, shrub! That ole boy!

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Pretty cool.  
 

I always wanted a dualsported BW200.   But Id take a FatCat

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On 4/3/2021 at 11:16 PM, bucho said:

Pretty cool.  
 

I always wanted a dualsported BW200.   But Id take a FatCat

Yep, living in California all my life, I really appreciate a license-plated dirt-capable bike to connect gnarly trails by way of plate-requiring roads.  And from what I know, the DMV here since January 1. 2004 is no longer accepting a dirt bike conversion to licensed-status WITHOUT THREAT OF LATER REVOCATION--EVEN IF YOU MANAGE TO SNEAK IT BY THEM FOR AWHILE.  So, basically, they ain't making any more of this vanishing species and the ones converted before that cut-off date are grandfathered in BASED ON THE FRAME NUMBER!

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