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Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle General Discussion' started by oldscool, Dec 27, 2014.

  1. oldscool

    oldscool New Member

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    Back in Sept. I finally had a plan for my build.
    I joined this forum and started my research.
    Picked up a used Dyno Glide on CL and a Pred 79cc.

    The plan was a vintage style cruiser with a
    monark fork and such. Looking alot in the BTR
    section , I fell in love with the Bonneville Flyer!
    Reality set in and I thought well.... I would be
    just as happy with the Sportsman 200.

    After crunching the numbers I realized it ain't happening.
    So now Im back with my old love the "Dyno"
    I thought alot about what I was wanting to get from this
    venture. My goal is to cruise the hilly back roads
    of east tn. and feel the wind I crave so much.

    My original plan changed from 79cc to 212.
    Also the vintage look was thrown out.
    My inspiration now.....[​IMG]
     
  2. Davezilla

    Davezilla New Member

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    Nothing wrong with that inspiration... Very Nice
     
  3. mapbike

    mapbike Active Member

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    very nice bike......!

    Im gonna build me a 4 stroke bike, I've got a couple 79cc engine new in the box, I just cant decide if the 79cc will be enough power for me or not, Id really like to have a solid 40mph cruiser and Im thinking the 79cc engine would only give me a 30mph machine that may be a bit under powered for a 215lb fella.

    Those Dyna frames are such pretty frames, Id love to find a good deal on one eventually but I have never see one around the small towns around here.
     
  4. oldscool

    oldscool New Member

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    Yes sir, Thats a nice one!
    Pic borrowed from CCC.
    thanks
     

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