I Bought the Legendary “ROADOG” Motorcycle(to Ride)

I Bought the Legendary “ROADOG” Motorcycle(to Ride)

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22 Responses

  1. Andy LeBlanc says:

    Congrats Sean! Some might not get it… But this is part of American motorcycle history! 🇺🇸🇺🇸

    • Nigel Tabb says:

      yeah, I wouldn’t crow about that tbh

    • Timmy_wong420 says:

      @Nigel Tabb it’s like getting a old car from history

    • 1nvisible1 says:

      *I sat on this bike in 2000 (Chicago). Buzz was in the other room and I jumped on.*
      *Torque effect steering issue is well known in helos and balanced on a twin rotor (spinning opposite). You might be able to mount an opposite side dummy driveshaft that spun opposite direction to balance that out. Maybe it’s a simple design like a drill or angle grinder hidden in the frame with a flexible shaft (mandrel) extension driving another unconnected shaft on the left side.*

    • Adam R says:

      I don’t see it as a part of motorcycle history, I see it as the creation of a confused individual. Someone obviously wanted a car, but just didn’t know that they could use more than 2 wheels. It isn’t fast, doesn’t handle good, doesn’t look cool, isn’t comfortable to ride or anything that is important in a motorcycle. It’s the dumbest failure at making a motorcycle in recorded history. It has no value except for showing how dumb the creator was.

    • Vinny G says:

      @Adam R found the guy who’s GF he stole XD

  2. crash devoe says:

    That thing is surprisingly QUIET. Wasn’t expecting that. Crazy😳

  3. CombatDeffective says:

    Holy heck, Sean! That’s a huge piece of biker history. This is amazing.

  4. Second Hand Bikers says:

    I was about 12 years old when I learned about Roadog and Wild Bill.. i saw a picture of it in an encyclopedia and i imagined myself riding it.. then i closed the book and thought I’d never see it or hear it ride..

    Thanks to this video, I heard it and saw it in action.. and who better to ride it than someone I hold in such high regard.. Sean.. you “rock” brother.. much love..

  5. Sean Roberts says:

    This is obviously the coolest thing that has ever happened. I got chills, dude. Thank you so much for taking us along. This was nothing less than magic. ❤

  6. Randall says:

    I’m amazed that you actually pulled that one off. I hope you loan it to Wheels Through Time when you’re done with it. It deserves to be shared.

  7. Bryant Buijk says:

    Always awesome when Matt shares his knowledge.

  8. Joe Bloggs says:

    That is pretty wild. I hope the owner of the other bike reaches out and you are able to get the 2 of them back together again.

  9. Dave123 says:

    Imagine dropping by Wheels Through Time and finding Sean and Matt working on this thing. Watching Matt ride that thing was awesome. Sean should have gotten on the back…it’s a two seater.

  10. Aaron Jones says:

    It’s actually true! The prophecy has been fulfilled!!! Most manliest motorcycle ever, I’m about 99.7% Sean’s beard grew 1 inch as soon as he sat on that bike… 😂

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