Re: debunking myths about walmart bikes
Ok....my target specials rear rim couldn't take the motorized stress...it did not relieve me of the burden of my teeth...but could have been bad.
It's ok to build a "crappy" motorized bicycle...if you are diligent and are PLANNING..on upgrading MANY parts.
pray you don't need surgery when the cheap parts fail..they will...it's science.
But I WILL SAY...the crappy bike has given me the motorized bicycle bug..and i'm thankful i was able to get in the game for a low cost start up fee....
but i AM spending alot more on quality parts.... rims, bolts, fenders ,kickstands, lights, seats...on and on.....