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Old 09-06-2008, 01:54 PM
LordMaximo LordMaximo is offline
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Just too much fun belong to several forums on the web and really enjoy all of them too. Motor cycle forums, hotrod forums, old truck forums, they all have their own place in time for me. And this is another forum I just happened in on while doing some research as well. I like building and riding, and adding an engine to what ever will have one has always been the fun of things in my life, next to my kids, so, lets all have fun. 8-)

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Old 09-07-2008, 05:16 PM
ironhorse ironhorse is offline
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Howdy Cowtown's Fool. ....Good to hear from a fellow Canuck....I am totally looking forward to winter riding. One of the reasons I didn't ride much in the winter was it's so damn tiring. But now...We'll see......Aboot that shop in Calgary...Did they have a web site? Cause that's how I found them. Drove 2.5 hrs to go to their shop. When I arrived, they had no bikes other than the daily cruiser that buddy rides. I was a little disappointed.Real prof web site, but the shop was a welding shop. But I want one so bad I agreed to 1400 buck for a bike . Like , it's a nice Trek. 22 inch frame, quick release tires, 24 gears, shocks. Maybe 25 lbs.Will have 80cc motor...What'd you git?
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Old 09-08-2008, 03:14 PM
CalgarysFool CalgarysFool is offline
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You are one brave canuck to plan to ride all winter. I look forward to hearing how it goes. Maybe I'll try myself.

I think we stumbled onto the same website. Those guys were responsive to my email questions, but only had a chopper style bike in stock at the time I contacted them. I wasn't really interested to go that way for a bike I'd be riding to work, so looked elsewhere.

I believe it's a 66 cc motor mine's to have on board, with a 36 tooth sproket to give it a lower rpm at commuting speed. :-D


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