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  • Home Due to high gas prices and a v8 auto mobile in fall of 2007 I started to make motorized bicycles.A basic motored assistedВ bicycle complete and ready to ride is $900.00 much more practical than a moped and with more functions, you canВ chose toВ pedal or not, on the fly. IВ can buildВ one to suit you!В I have always enjoyed the past time of repairing and maintaining my bike, so I made my own scooter bike.The bicycles I build get 120+ miles to the gallon and go 30 miles per hour, legal to ride on the street with no special license, plate, or registration.The 2 cycle motor adds only 19lbs to the weight of the bike, smaller than a moped, 60LBS total weight and more compact for easy parking and commuting.All of the bikes pictured on this website have been personally hand built by myself Lynn 414-732-0017.The bikes can be pedaled at anytime as a normal bike, more versatile than a moped. I hope you enjoy this sport as much as I do!   Harley and Davidson thought it would be easier if their bicycles had motors on them,from 1901 to about 1916 their motored bikes still had pedals. Have We come full circle?120+MPG and speeds up to 35+MPH you can pedal along with the motor or without it. The 2 cycle motor adds only 18LBS to the weight of the bike smaller than a moped,more versatile,easy parking and commuting.Mechanically simple for less maintenance.The bike has a twist throttle on the right grip and a clutch on the left that you release slowly to start.Bikes come on ...

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