Re: trying to build a commuter
I have commuted a long time. Hello, by the way and welcome. I bought a Staton kit and it was great but not cheap. I decided to try a Chinese motor for grins and because they are less than half the cost. I am sure already that there is much more mechanical work to it this way. A bicycle by nature takes some extra wrench time so this does not bother me too much as long as I can get home 95% of the time with what I know and can fix on the road. I hope to take my first Chinese engined bike commute today.
LennyHarp of Lenny's Bikes & Things
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