No not really but the first time you ride it it does take about 50-100 miles to get use to it.dliszews said:Roger, Do you have any difficulty switching between the Spyder and bike? I rode a friend's for a period of time, and did not like the fact that it does not lean nor counter steer. Other than that, it was a blast to ride, and I didn't have to worry about it falling over if I forgot the kickstand ;D
I could understand that but their are advantages to the spyder like last year i was riding home from americade in lake george and it was raining hard and the guys on 2 wheels had to pull under an overpass to wait for the rain to slow down not me i just waved and blew the horn couple of them said i was number 1. lol. The other 2 advantages are you stay warmer on cooler rides and you can relax more on the spyder.Christopher said:I'd rock one. I'm thinking about getting a second bike for the winter months so I can sit behind a screen. I just can't do it to the stryker. :-\
Well yes and no in a drag race i will beat any sport bike off the line but eventually he will catch up and pass me depending on how long the track is. The aftermarket for these things is awesome i changed out bar in the front i can take a turn fast than a sport bike. Check you tube i know their are a few spyders on their racing at the track.Frag said:I do not like those. But I have to say that some of those trike are more powerful than any cruisers ... but not as much as Sportbike.
Thats probably for the removable training wheels.Visionary said:because the rear wheels on a Trike are considered accessories...