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    The modern-day inventor strikes again!

    One industrious individual built himself a motorcycle that is powered by a snowmobile engine taken from an old Ski-Doo Elan. According to the builder, the engine is a Sachs 293 and the bike has a top speed of more than 100 km/h (about 60 mph).

    The left side of the bike shows the engine in action. One warning to the rider: there are some fast-moving parts (belt, fan) very close to your leg. Getting your pants caught in there could cause quite a problem.

    Check out a video of the bike in action below the jump.

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      Not sure if this part motorcycle, part snowmobile concept will ever make it into production but its certainly interesting.  They have taken a Triumph Threemotard 675 motorcycle, a bike out of the U.K., and placed a caterpillar track on the back with spikes on the front tire, if it ever does come to life we will make sure our snowmobile.com editor, Jerry Bassett, gets his hand on one for a review.