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2007 GG Quad Photo Gallery

Can't get your hot neighbor to take a ride on your bike? This oddball Boxer-powered ride can help. Check out what we thought after our 2007 GG Quad Quick Ride.

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She likes the GG Quad, you'd be fool not to like it as well.
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The GG Quad (left) poses next to the yellow GG Duetto sidecar, a former project of G+G's Walter Gruter. It features hub-center steering and a swingarm front end.
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Braided-steel lines deliver stopping power to the three sets of four-piston calipers.
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Classifying where the GG Quad fits in is quite a connundrum, better to just take a seat on it and smile.
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Say what you will, the GG Quad gathers a lot of attention.
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Who can afford the $49,500 price tag for the GG Quad? How about moto-crazed celebrities with millions of dollars to spare?
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Someone said, "Hey, I bet even Leno doesn't own one of these." Then by magic he materialized.
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The GG Quad was skittish on the freeway, where bumps cause some problems.
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The different dynamics of riding the GG Quad are readily apparent in cornering, with counter-steering and powerslides not an option.
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A Boxer-powered Quad sourced from a Beemer piqued our curiosity.
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Power from the R1150 motor is muted by the machine’s 898-lb fully fueled weight.
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The GG Quad's dimensions are 87.5 inches long and 55 inches wide.
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Another view of the double A-arms for the front suspension.
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The GG Quad doesn't have the acceleration chops of a two-wheeled machine, but on four wheels it puts up a formidable 4.9-second zero to 60.
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Even with all the aluminum, the GG Quad is a bit of a porker on the scales. With its 4.75-gallon tank filled, it weighed in at nearly 900 pounds.
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The Boxer powerplant stands out inside the tubular steel frame, along with the machined aluminum billet plates for the rear suspension attachment.
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Billet aluminum double A-arms are used both front and rear, damped by fully adjustable shocks.
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The distinctive Boxer powerplant delivers its claimed 85 horsepower via driveshaft to the rear wheels, which are attached by aluminum billet double A-arms with fully adjustable shocks providing the suspension.
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Side storage compartments give you a place to store your things as you commute to work on the freeway? It could be a reality if the GG Quad is deemed street-legal this September.
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Dunlop car tires (195/40-16 front; 225/40-16 rear).
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DOT and NHTSA engineers look over the Quad in DOT plaza in Washington. The U.S. importer will hear their ruling on the Quad’s street-legal status by September 15, 2006.