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Old 08-26-2011, 01:21 PM
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Default Re: Normal Pedal Riding with clutch disengaged

Yeppers, I do as Tom suggests.

More for break-downs and running out of gas. (I do that last one a lot) So I keep a pair of exam gloves and a plastic bag to put the chain in.

I really miss that about 2 strokes. Normal peddles. Huffin' a 4 smoke on leg power is not real fun for real long. (to wide to peddle comfortably)

I know nothing about them but there are locking/free-wheeling sprockets.

The best manor of motorized bicycle I have found to revert to a pure bicycle with ease is a friction drive.
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