Bay Area Motorized Bike

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  1. pejoiner

    pejoiner New Member

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    I have been checking out info here for months and have finally started a 50cc kit from Spooky Cycles. I'm really excited about it. This is the first , but I'm sure this won't be the last.
     
  2. Dave31

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    Welcome to the forum, glad you joined us :)
     
  3. Easy Rider

    Easy Rider Santa Cruz Scooter Works

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    Welcome to the forum Pejoiner !
    Chalk up another one for us Bay Area guys! We're also catching up to the AZ riders. Pretty soon we're going to have enough guys to go on a group ride. So what part of the Bay Area are you from?
     
  4. Xearns

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    hey east bay riders
    where you guys at?
     
  5. pejoiner

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    Thanks. Glad to be here.
     
  6. pejoiner

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    I live in Berkeley, but spend most of my time at my shop in Oakland near the coliseum. I have a kind of hope of doing a Spooky Tooth kind of shop or co-op here in the Bay once I build a few bikes. Anyone else have that idea? Let me know if you have any interest?
     
  7. Xearns

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    yes!
    east bay needs this.
    i was just thinking about this the other day. if you want i could help you build.
    i like the idea of getting a rusted cruiser and putting a kit on it. But even better is building some motorbikes from reused/ donated parts.
    Yeah after a few builds, maybe offer a class at your shop to get it started. not sure if that's what you wanted to do. but maybe a group at first to help build each other's bikes.
    just some ideas.
    it's fashionable in LA right now ~> Derringer Cycles Home
    I think it would be fun for some people to build their own ride. And those Derringer bike go for $3,500!
    anyways, let me know.
    -Xearns
     
  8. mabman

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    That's the idea boys, get together and get r done. Change is what WE make of it.
     

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