This motorbike is conversion of a Schwinn OCC Chopper Bike into a motorbike. I started with the bicycle, took it apart and stripped it down to the bare metal and refurbished the chassis with new paint and cleaned and adjusted of all the bearings. I then added new tires and new brakes. Next the motorized conversion took place by building a custom motor mount and adding a new 80cc Flying Horse Bullet Train 2 Stroke Bicycle Engine. This engine allows the bike to be a full motorbike without the need of pedals. Other OCC Chopper conversions make you pedal the bike first to start it. This version you just hit the starter button, twist the throttle and go. This engine has an automatic centrifugal clutch. There are two different starting methods, electric start with an onboard motorcycle battery or backup pull-starting if for some reason the battery is dead.