August 19, 2015 at 12:36 pm #9624EddiebKeymaster
Rank: Round the World Adventure Globetrotter
- Town/City: Tauranga
- Bike: Suzuki DR650 ADV, BMW R100GS
Built by BPG Werks the DTV Shredder is half snowmobile and half jetski, powered by a 196cc motor producing 14hp it’s good for up to 40km/h on the trails.
DTV Shredder (or Dual Tracked Vehicle) redefines ‘off-road’ by transforming the outdoors into your personal playground. The all-mechanical design, powerful engine and aggressive tank tracks allows for high-speed travel on any terrain, in any season. While the ground-breaking vehicle demands the attention of adrenaline junkies worldwide, it also doubles as a rugged, multi-application workhorse for law enforcement, military, hunting, farming and other industries.
The DTV Shredder is a brand new type of off road vehicle. The Shredder combines the best characteristics of traditional board sports with the power of Motocross and ATVing. Our patented DUAL-CTV Transmission system convert the riders body movements into smooth carving turns that simulate the freedom snowboarders feel while racing down a mountain.
“Our goal was simple, we wanted to create a new vehicle that was compact yet powerful, rideable year round in any weather and be truly all terrain. We envisioned the Shredder becoming a new sport that would allow anybody to enjoy the outdoors regardless of where they lives or the vehicle they drive. The idea was to merge the Action and Power sport experience into a fully immersive off-road ride like never before.” Ben Gulak – Founder of BPG Werks
After years of development and working with some of the worlds top X-Game athletes, Shredding is poised to become the next Action sport. The Shredder can be ridden year round and handles sand, snow, mud, rocks and even mountains with ease.
Attachments:August 20, 2015 at 6:59 pm #9631Box.a.BitsParticipant
Rank: 1200cc Rider
- Town/City: Wellington
- Bike: BMW R80 G/S, R100GS & M72 Sidecar, Gilera Runner ST200
So I assume seeing as we only get static pictures they haven’t got to a working prototype yet…August 21, 2015 at 7:35 pm #9635
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