about 5 years ago i bought a 1903 felt and always thought it was perfect for a motor.
just now i was looking around on line and found this site.
you guys seem pretty friendly and plenty knowledgeable.
so here i am!
i am looking at the ridley engine.
i am a scrawny 140 lb. old fart
so i don't need lotsa power.
and i love the looks of the engine.
i will just use this for puttering around my small town and the county road i live on.
thanks for having me.
thanks Dan and Mr. herder
last year i restored a 1963 kaiser/Willy's cj5 jeep
and i am just finishing up a 1927 Chevy pickup hotrod.
so i guess i need something to tinker with over the winter.
(i am a bachelor so i will do it in the living room..)
Welcome to the forum Bill, glad you could join us! Durango is a neat town with beautiful scenery and world class cyclists, I hope they don't mind motorized bikes there......they shouldn't as some of the locals also enjoy moto-cross.
Have fun with your build and feel free to ask questions as you will find your answers here on the forum.
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