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Interested in motorized bikes

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Post by bookman37 on Sun Aug 04 2013, 00:53

I am thinking about putting a motor on my bike. I am wondering if there is anyone as big as I am that does this and what have been the results.

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Re: Interested in motorized bikes

Post by Fabian on Fri Sep 06 2013, 11:05

You are never too heavy for a motorized bicycle. If you are concerned about weight issues and the engine being able to haul you around, make sure you fit a Sick Bike Parts shift kit to your bike, with the optional left side and right side chain tensioners.

These bikes are fitted with shift kits:

http://motorizedbikeforum.the-talk.net/t135-multi-combination-bicycle-trailer-setup


and this is a video of a shift kit in operation:

http://motorizedbikeforum.the-talk.net/t381-motorized-bicycle-video-tutorial



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