Odd quad bike hits the road

Odd quad but fast fun
Odd quad but fast fun
Here's something for the summer. GG Technik has launched a weird-looking but interesting quad bike. In the words of the company, it sports "aggressive headlights, like the eyes of a jungle cat set to pounce, powerfully supported by four wheels, with a lean, exciting waist and a very special rear section."

The GG-Quad is unique and fast, with a max speed of 100mph from a two-cylinder 1.1-litre boxer engine, pushing out 85bhp through a six-speed gearbox. "No vehicle can compare to the GG-Quad in any respect", said GG.

The first GG Quads have been delivered and production continues.

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  • Lord Gray 24 May 2006

    Hi chaps. First look at this little beast was is Spain of all places. Looks great, but..... the price!!!!! 60,000Euros. Thats about 42K plus in real money! Nice, But not that nice!
    You could have one fabricated ane build for far less. It after all JUST is BMW boxter power unit to start.

  • DoctorD 11 Jun 2005

    simonrockman said:
    The Classic Car Club has just taken delivery of a couple of these:

    www.uniquemotorcompany.co.uk/choose.html


    I use my Smart Roadster for the very same purpose, it out-corners most cars, is very cheap to run and car park nearly anywhere. I've also got a quad bike but can't see the point in the UK. If I lived in the Alps or somewhere with a mix or roads/tracks then I'd definitely want a road legal quad.

  • Fire99 10 Jun 2005

    summit7 said:
    Pointless I'm afraid - road tyres means it's competing against proper cars designed to go around corners. I have 2 quad bikes, Kawa 225 and Honda 350 neither turn on tarmac but when its icy/snowy they are absolutely the muts nuts. Short wheel base, no grip and good power to weight just makes me laugh thinking about it.


    Thats the point though isnt it?? Theyre pointless! Make you laugh though.. even better than a convertible for the sunny cruise to work..

    And judging by how rubbish some Essex roads are, they almost (i said almost) seem practical!

  • simonrockman 10 Jun 2005

    The Classic Car Club has just taken delivery of a couple of these:

    www.uniquemotorcompany.co.uk/choose.html

  • summit7 10 Jun 2005

    Pointless I'm afraid - road tyres means it's competing against proper cars designed to go around corners. I have 2 quad bikes, Kawa 225 and Honda 350 neither turn on tarmac but when its icy/snowy they are absolutely the muts nuts. Short wheel base, no grip and good power to weight just makes me laugh thinking about it.

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