as seen below... Options: $125 front brakes
shipping & handling
||20.00 X 7.00
X 8" ask for optional sizes
8" Safety bead rims, almost eliminate broken beads from low
Brake, used on go-carts, no rubbing on the tires
epoxy, baked on at 400�F (Federal Safety Yellow)
||HDPE front &
insulated grips, keeps you warm from the steel bars
sheet metal, everything falls through, and it's very slip
Mitch Michaud on Yeti
with Tashtego and Shiva pulling him in
the Soldotna AK. St.
Patrick's day parade...
(Mitch is the President
of the "Peninsula Sled Dog and Racing Assoc.)
(Photo courtesy of Heidi
Ted taking off
Winds Racing Siberians"
Ted peddling on the hill
Colby racing with 4
on the original "Sasquatch"
credits #2, & 6 Dwight Tuinstra, 4, & 5 photo by Lori Kryzer
To give you an idea how big the tires really are, here's a
regulation basket ball for comparison...
SEE IT IN ACTION ! !
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The ATV of SCOOTERS
1 dog or even small teams
run 1-3 Malamutes and others are racing with up to 4 alaskans,
with no problems)
This is Sasquatchs
cousin, a bit trimmer, with only the rear brake, it
can stop my three Malamutes just fine...
The all-terrain light
scooter is capable of going through several inches of snow, it can be used 12 months of
the year, in virtually all conditions.
Yeti weighs about 58 lbs. as seen
here. It's 65" long, the handle bar height of 43" (from ground) can be
made to your specifications, (custom sizing) but not adjustable, the
platform is 13" X 22" long inside the frame, and 5.5" high (to the ground),
so it's easy to kick when you might want or need to. When the front
steering pin is removed the main part of the scooter is about 40" long and
weighs about 40 lbs.
The tires are 20" tall X 7"
wide (see the photos above), and are the
ATV variety. They are capable of eating up all kinds of terrain: snow,
sand, mud, rocks, roots, and limbs, and are equally at home on
pavement if you choose. The tires are the shock absorbers of the
scooter, are very flexible, and follow the contour of any
surface. The wheels are a special bead-lock rim, they make it almost
impossible for the tires to become unseated from the rims, making is
safer for you to venture into the wilderness and encounter flats due to
low tire pressures, I encourage low tire pressure for a softer ride, and
to either increase or decrease the work-out for your dogs...
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 do work on if it is ever
The handlebars have foam grips to isolate your hands
from the steel handlebars. Wide (13")
platform for comfortable stance, handle bars can be custom ordered for
"BLACKSTAR" carts and scooters are painted/powder coated with
a "Federal Safety Yellow epoxy", that is baked on at 400�F.
giving you the most durable finish possible...
Please ask, if you have any