Now you're talking my language Greg. I wondered if others on here were as paranoid as me.
Well, I could have gotten the Deep Impact part right since it's on TBS every 2 hours.I just watched Deep Impact today. Hahaha
I could fit my .380 under the seat. My AR or 870 would be a but noticeable. My 9 can stay on my person. Heh
I'd be worried about non-concealable storage too. If you have a family (like me) I can't pack them all on the Grom, despite the great pictures someone posted recently of six people on a Grom or something silly like that.I just finished reading "Emergency" by Neil Strauss, and immediately thought of the Grom as a BOV during the part where he writes about buying a Rokon for bugging out. My only concern with either bike would be the lack of concealable storage, which as GregW pointed out, could be problematic if you plan on having a long gun with you.
Available only to special forces i.e. not sold to the publicWith a keyless ignition, blackout capabilities, no intake or exhaust, and replaceable battery packs, the MMX motorcycle can travel quickly, efficiently, and nearly soundlessly – even on rough terrain. Zero Motorcycles developed the vehicle under US military contract. The vehicle is painted a matte black, which allows the machine to appear inconspicuous and disappear in the dark.P
This is the ultimate bug out bike
Available only to special forces i.e. not sold to the public
Very interesting looking bike. What are the differences between the military and consumer versions? I assume blackout capabilities would be taken out, but what else?
Here's your civilian version. Personally don't think they would be good bug out vehicles.. Well, they'd be great until the battery runs out! Then what? Run a generator for 8 hours to recharge? Seems like a much bigger waste of fuel than putting it into a a gas bike. If being extremely quite is the goal, a bicycle is probably the best option!