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Old 01-25-2010, 11:33 AM   #1
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Youíve got a motorcycle. Itís hot out. Do you put on a t-shirt and ride around like a comfortable badass, or put on a protective suit and ride around like someone who wears a protective suit to ride around on motorcycles and is also really freakiní hot a lot of the time? Now, thanks to an Israeli company called EntroSys, you can have all of that at once, except for the badass part. Oh well.

The EntroSys BikeAir-1 is a little air conditioner and heater that sits on the cargo area of your motorcycle and plugs into the 12v outlet, complete with a controller that clips to the handlebars. Thereís a tube that comes out of it that pumps either cold or warm air through a special vest that you wear underneath your gear. If you have motorcycle or a scooter (or even if you donít just think of the possibilities!), youíre probably wondering how much this thing goes for, and so am I: thereís no price listed yet, but if you pre-order one, you can get 20% off! ÖOf ÖWhatever it is.

Look for the system to be available sometime this summer.
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okay thats pretty bad , pics?
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Old 01-25-2010, 12:51 PM   #4
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Old 01-25-2010, 04:10 PM   #5
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and plugs into the 12v outlet.....
I didnt know my bike came with a 12v outlet.....sweet!!
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Old 01-25-2010, 04:18 PM   #6
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I didnt know my bike came with a 12v outlet.....sweet!!
You can just wire one up. BMW's and Oldwings usually have them already installed.
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I know you can it was just funny.....Im not sure what id do with a 12v on the bike, im not sure I would buy the A/C unit...
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I know you can it was just funny.....Im not sure what id do with a 12v on the bike, im not sure I would buy the A/C unit...
There are a lot of uses - lights, gps, phone charger, heated jacket
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i cant wait to see the commercial for this.
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