Yet Another Canadian... Eh!
As most, it seems, on this site, I have also been using and enjoying all the adventures and misadventures of the forum contributors to help me answer my own questions in this hobby. Been hiding for a couple of years now. Wonderful data base of information. For such simple machines there are some unique problems and quirks involved in assembling and maintaining these little "funmobiles". As an ex German, Italian, "marque" biker, I realize I am slowing down in my old age and find this a wonderful alternative to still "get the wind in my face" without the velocities required of their larger brethren. I am from High River Alberta Canada. Three bikes in stable. One with 2550 miles on it, one just being finished and a third that I am collecting parts for. So Greetings All and thanks for allowing me to come on board.