Re: Where are all the 49cc engine only
I use my smaller motor bike more often- with a lightweight newer cruiser frame and 700 C wheels with a lightweight 415 Trike chain and an alloy sprocket bolted to the hub, the bike feels and rolls much like a roadbike and the bike itself has more caught up with the smaller motor.
It's lighter than the other- although I have a shock fork on that- and while a tad slower (a 39 sprock and not a 34), it just handles easier and feels more within the normal range of the brake pads.
I paid $105 from Boygofast for the entire kit about 2 1/2 years ago now- and have gotten great practical use out of it- I'm all over about a three mile range I usually ride for coffee and shopping- I put a dollars worth of gas in the tank and it usually lasts more than a week.
I tried to make it as light as possible because I've had to push it up a flight of stairs to my apartment- but now- I've FINALLY got a house and the bikes will all be at ground level-
won't that be nice!
Last edited by Nashville Kat; 04-13-2012 at 11:26 AM.