BlowByU GT2 Build

Discussion in 'Motorized Cruiser Bicycles' started by Terry Blow, Feb 15, 2011.

  1. Quarlow

    Quarlow New Member

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    Your bikes are awesome. I would like to place an order for twenty five motorized bikes. How soon can you deliver them to tuktoyuktuk.
     
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    Tuktoyaktuk Travel Guide: Tuktoyaktuk, Northern Canada (NT) | WORLDWEB.COM

    Welcome to Tuktoyaktuk
    Located in Canada's farthest northern region, Tuktoyaktuk lies on the shores of the Arctic Ocean at the tip of the Northwest Territories. Anglicised from an Inuvialuit word meaning 'resembling a caribou', Tuktoyaktuk, or simply Tuk, is a hamlet with a population hovering around 1,000. Accessible only by plane in the summer and by ice roads in winter, adventure companies based in Inuvik provide aerial tours as well as hunting and fishing excursions. Tour operators offers a range of activities including dog-sledding, igloo-construction, snowmobiling, ice-fishing and community and culture tours, all of which give visitors a glimpse into the lives and traditions of locals. Visitors who make the excursion north of the Arctic Circle to the Land of the Midnight Sun will be dazzled by the Northern Lights, as well as the unique landscape which includes massive ice-covered hills called pingos. A group of these can be seen along the Beaufort Sea, 5 km (3 mi) west of Tuk, at the Pingo Canadian Landmark.
     
  3. Terry Blow

    Terry Blow Dealer & Custom Builder

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    corgi1
    You make that place sound so good I almost want to go there but Brrrrrrrr!
     
  4. Terry Blow

    Terry Blow Dealer & Custom Builder

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    There is one great thing about GT bikes is they are built already all you have to do is bolt on an engine connect the throttle and chain and off you go
     
  5. Terry Blow

    Terry Blow Dealer & Custom Builder

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    Yes I did notice it is April 1 I sure hope this is not just a bad joke this late in the day
     
  6. scotto-

    scotto- Custom 4-Stroke Bike Builder

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    Was jus sayin' bro.......ya jus never know, let's hope not.

    dnut
     
  7. Terry Blow

    Terry Blow Dealer & Custom Builder

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    Well Thank you Scotto for the heads up at least it won't hurt quite so bad now if it is just BS
     
  8. mixxmilkk1

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    I with drewd! Wheres the shift kit? You need to sell! sell! sell!.. You should put a higher end bike out for show. And point out to the cust, what everything does for the bike. (Give them choises).. But i have to say , i like the style of the bikes How much are they ? And where can i get one? I would love to build one for myself. This is one of my own that i ride. It has a rechargable battery, with on an on board charging stepper motor, so no need for buying batteries. You even have to have a key ro start it lol. With pull start. My next move is to put an alarm on it. But i'm just saying, its something to think about... \\m//(^_^)
     

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  9. hankmanpei

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    Hey Mike nice site, I was wondering if you could help me with with a J shaft configureation, right now I'm running a 2 inch pully off the crank to a 6 inch pully off the leftside of the drive wheel, thats giving me a 1:3 ratio alittle slugish takeoff but cruzes nicely at 35-40mph without screaming the motor, in hopes of improvements to the bottom end I purchessed a 9 speed internal sram hub and laced it to a 26" steel rim. to use the gearing I now have to power the rt side by way of j shafting. I have one and only one spare sealed bearing crank set for my shaft and being a fan of things well welded this gives me one shot at this . My plan is use the two pullies 2" and 6" on the left side, and a 14 tooth bmx rear freewheel sprocket driving a 20 tooth fixed sprocket on the geared hub do you know the formula used to determin weather 3:1 ratio will power a 1.6:1 ratio enought to pull a 26" rim out of the hole or would I be better off to use the bmx sprock with my peddle side and insert a 10 tooth in the middle making it a 3:1 into 2:1? Im not to worried about the internal gearing of the hub but if it maters 1st gear appears to be 1;1 with 9th 1:1 3/4....I've custom built my frame and have just enought room for this configuration
    I'm stuck on the 3;1 is spinning the 14t at 1:1.5 for some reason and haveing a head ache starting, I was also wondering if you were hireing anytime this spring? hankmanpei (bodyman/painter extrodanaire)
     
  10. Quarlow

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    Terry you are a butthead. Did you even look at the name on the post. I didn't even realize it was april 1st. But I figured you would see my name and figure it out. If you still don't then the joke IS on you.
     
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    fasteddy Well-Known Member

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    I went to University in Tuktoyaktuk.

    It was called Tuk U.

    Steve.
     
  12. bill gurreri

    bill gurreri New Member

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    seeeing that box being open kills me as i m waiting for mine in the mail....:-||
     
  13. fasteddy

    fasteddy Well-Known Member

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    Terry, at least you can say you are building bikes that people are breaking the doors down to get to.

    Must have been one of our local hoodlums that saw the bike and followed him home or it was a neighbour who told someone about it.

    Just can't win.

    Steve.
     

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