The Hybrid Cart/Scooter ! ! !
$900.... Standard: all wheel brakes, Option: Earth-brake $250 * USD
if you don't need front brakes they can be taken off and lessen the price...
* plus shipping & handling
Shown above in the 4 photos is the original "Bigfoot", looks like it's still going strong after 6 years and hundreds of miles of training... (photo courtesy of "Cougar Mountain Dogsledding")
Shown with the "Full-Runner" option above, also available with a half-runner platform ...
NEW: The "Half-runner", check out the photos on the cart pages...
NEW for "BIGFOOT" one set of the standard tires/wheels for training, and a much lighter set for your "RACING BIGFOOT"... inquire here....
YES, train & race with the same cart ......
Since the standard full runner frame for a "BIGFOOT" only weights 27 pounds and can take a beating like no other cart...... there was no point changing it, it just needed a lighter set of tires/wheels, I'm having custom wheels manufactured, they saved weight, and are stronger, plus, a set of custom racing wheels also, it takes only the removal of 3 nuts to make the change over....
Did I tell you "Bigfoot" likes to go swimming, look at those "Sammie's" pull ! ! !
(Thanks for the great photo Ricq, photo by Pam Landers)
Sometimes "Bigfoot" thinks he's a dog sled too....
Jeff flying his "Bigfoot"
To give you an idea how big the tires really are, here's a regulation basket ball for comparison...
The 3-wheeled ATV of
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"Bigfoot" weighs 95 lbs. as seen here. It's 68" long, the handle bar height of 46" (from ground) can be made to your specifications, (custom sizing) but not adjustable, the running boards are 8" X 23" with a 12" X 16" section in the middle on the "Half-runner", the "Full-runner" is just missing the center section.... and 9" high (to the ground). When the front steering pin is removed the main part of the scooter is 55" long and weighs about 60 lbs.
The brakes are of a variety found on go-carts and
mini-bikes. They cost a bit more, but are worth it when it comes time to
stop. They don't drag or rub on the tire, so they won't wear on the tires.
The brakes are adjustable, and very easy to work on if it is ever