anyone have any info on powered beach carts

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Very tempting but im not sure I can (attempt to?) ride my whimpy little stock 650 SJ in the company of such experienced and equipped guys, haha. Maybe by spring I'll have a 701 and enough tray time.
 
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Very tempting but im not sure I can (attempt to?) ride my whimpy little stock 650 SJ in the company of such experienced and equipped guys, haha. Maybe by spring I'll have a 701 and enough tray time.
you wont be alone ...... lots of stockers rippin and having fun , its not about how you ride or what you got , you need a better excuse than that ....
 
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How do y'all get these motorized beach carts to the beach? ( from home)
I put my blaster in the suburban and put the dolly on a hitch hauler , but its a custom hitch hauler ... :) or if I go to a ride like Daytona/ V.B. ill stick it all in my 14ft enclosed . I stay flexible depending on the ride I am going to . My suburban is my go everywhere hauler/ camper ,that way I never have to pitch a tent , just hop in the back and sleep .
 
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Anybody else made anything new lately?
I met a kid at the last 2 Pismo freerides that makes motorized carts with his dad. he has a rickter and his cart saved me from a lot of work when my ski died way down the beach from the main group. I think he said he was from san burn and posts on Instagram. said he got a sick shot of me doing a flip while he was rolling. I never see any of the good stuff.............
 

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At this point someone should just modify one of those Chinese made aftermarket kids quads ( i think they are like 70cc with electric start everything_ you can pick them up for 600$
 
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