i wouldnt it try hitting a tench with a bike unless your gonna throw it at theam andi wouldnt trust the toyota it will die after a few hit find a chevy they are like timex takes a beating a keeps on ticking
I would think that if your planning on hit and run garrilla tactics, your best option would be to modify the toyota with a grill guard , you could ad a cutting edge to make it more effective. Dont put on anything that the zombie would stick to, you also mite want to put guards on the windows as well as upgrading to run flat tires. (dont want to get out and change a flat with zombies lurking). If you can find a large truck or payloader you mite be better off. Save the bike for a fast get away, avoiding obstuctions and zombies!(if you find a truck you could put the bike in the back and use it to get away if you have a mecahnical problem you cant overcome!
ramming anything with a vehicle is usually not a very good idea. I had a dream last night that the zombie apocalypse was going down, so me and my family got in the truck with some weapons and started driving. We were in a field, then a zombie on a unicycle started attacking us, and everytime we rammed it it wouldn't fall off so we were like oh snap! and drove away.
So yeah its not a good idea.
Unless of course!!!!
You tape a chainsaw to the front of your bike.
I would not use it aggressively against the undead... it may make a good vechicle none the less... motorcycles are reliably fuel efficient and easy to maintain...so if one needs to get away, travel long distances, then sure (just dont try to make yourself a Mad Max motorcycle)
I would say no. Best case scenario, you hit it and kill it and it somehow doesn't go beneath your bike or over it.. You're still probably going out of control, and will end up highsiding/lowsiding and injuring yourself, possibly fatally.
Best wear a helmet.
Hit it, It doesn't even immobilize the rotter, you crash, break something (arm, leg, neck, face...).
You can't move at any sort of speed now. But that rotter can.