Nextfest - Bushpig, The Future Of Mopeds Is Without A Seat

Posted: May 17 2004, 12:00am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:32pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

Nextfest - Bushpig, the Future of Mopeds is without a Seat
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They call it a true australian Invention. The Bushpig is maneuvering like a surf or snowboard.

Body and front movement is used to stear the pig. The speed is controlled by a handheld wire throttle.
The maximum speed is 20mph and the reach is 30miles. The Bushpig is sold in the US by Wheelman.
The price is 1,500 USD.

The guys demoed it infront of the Nextfest hall. It looks kind cool to cruise around like that, but i don't like the moped noise.

What is up with the product names this days. Couple days ago we reported about the buttkicker now its the bushpig, what is next?

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