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Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by lowrider123, Jan 17, 2015.
hi guy's my name is Nikola and i live and work in Zagreb. I own felt bandit with gas engine.
Welcome to the forum. Zagreb is on the coast?
Hi. No zagreb is in the midle of country. but i was born on the island of pag.
Welcome to the forum. I believe you are the first member from your part of the world. Thank you for joining us.
Are motorized bicycles common there? Are they legal?
hi. there is one guy who is building them, the name is sentimental bikes and that's it. i think there is about 15 of us who have gas bikes. and they are half legal.
my friend is selling one.
you can see on my facebook profile
Welcome to the forum, lowrider.
Moto-Klassika (Zoran) is from Serbia, I don't know if that's a good or bad thing for you. He's mostly interested in 3 and 4 wheelers
Lowrider123- Welcome! Great to hear from someone in your part of the world.
This is a good place to get useful information.
I'm interested in knowing how gas-bikes are viewed by people there? You have a cool bike. Do you have full access to parts? Post alot of pictures, people love that.
Thanks for sharing
Thanks Trey. people love to see the gas-bike on the road, police don't know what to say when they see it. For parts is a bit of problem, we don't have stores in near by only online. what is the best way to post pictures?
here is one for now...
Whatever you did there is just fine. That looks like a fun bike.
You get about the same reactions I get here.
No local parts? Maybe it's time for you to go into the gas-bike business?
What frame is that? It looks very similar to the Nirve Switchblade.
Can you increase the size of your photos for us?
to tom: it's felt bandit
the original bike looks like this on first photo and 2 one is now
Here's a photo from my album of one of my Nirve Switchblades. Your bike has a close resemblance. http://motorbicycling.com/album.php?albumid=296&pictureid=6672
Maybe that's why I like it