Happy Hour Bike Club

Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle General Discussion' started by Hill of Beans, Jan 13, 2009.

  1. Hill of Beans

    Hill of Beans New Member

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    Anyone interested in helping to build this. Lifetime membership included.
    Two or three 4-strokes for hills??
    The cops would be utterly baffled.
     

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    haha, that is completely awesome.

    I bet it would be a fairly simple junkyard build. Start with a trailer. Replace the rear axle with one from a rear-wheel drive car. Make your own driveshaft for it, with sprockets for the bike chains. All the cranks would need to be freewheeling. Would just need to figure out a way to reverse the rotation direction for the cranks on the opposite side.
     
  3. Hill of Beans

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    Or leave a light front wheel drive axle on the front, and add a rear wheel drive to the back??
    4X4?
     
  4. POPS

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    My question is who is going to get the DUI...Cops would be baffledlaff...POPS
     
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    Love it! I am in. Can we sell hot dogs too?
     
  6. Hill of Beans

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    Just wanted to add this photo as an alternative to those who prefer to travel solo.
    Pretty clever trailer design. Also a kayaker. With suspension forks, I could load my boat with all its gear and turn a few heads towing it to the river on my MB. Now all we need is a hotdog cart!
     

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    I recently saw a hot dog cart powered by a 50cc Puch or Sachs engine. It was on ebay...
    I think...
     
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    I want to sit over the rear fender. Looks like that seat doesn't have pedals.
     
  9. Dan

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    LOL

    Dibs on the seat near the tap!
     

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