Hello from Munich, Germany

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  1. Spike1401

    Spike1401 New Member

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    Hi guys.
    my name is Chris and I am from Munich, Germany, so please excuse my bad English. Ther is very little interest in motorized bicycles in Germany so I´m glad, that I have found this Forum. I own an old MAW bicycle motor made in GDR in the late 50´s mounted to Chinese Bicycle and a russian Engine on a Ukrain "moped" (looks like the Chinese ones). I´m planing to buy a Chinese Engine for the Chinese Bike and mounting the MAW engine to an old Eastern Germany Bike. I think ther are a lot of informations about the Chinese Engines in this Forum so I register here.
    I post pictures of my bikes here.

    Chris
     
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  2. professor

    professor New Member

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    Hi Chris, you are doing just fine in the language department. Hey, all I know is English.
    There was a post on those Russian engines somewhere stating the quality is far better than what comes out of China.
    And welcome to Motorbicycling!
     
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    Spike1401 New Member

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    Here are the pics.
     

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  4. Crazy Horse

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    Hallo! Willkommen! Chris.

    Mein Name ist; Crazy Horse here in the forum.

    Meine Urgroßeltern Eltern sind aus Bremen. Mein Vater ist indianischer( Native American ) und mein Mutter ist der 2. Generation geboren Deutsch-Amerikanische.

    Sorry for my bad deutsch. Ich lebe in Rockville, Maryland 10 Meilen nördlich von Washington, DC.

    Mein Beruf ist ein Turm Kranführer, Turmdrehkran Betreiber.

    Ich Custom Build Stretch Cruiser motorisierten Fahrrädern siehe meine Beiträge unter, Stretch Cruiser & Chopper Motorisierte Fahrräder Abschnitt.

    Klicken Sie hier auf diesen Link, um zu sehen, meine Beiträge:http://motorbicycling.com/forumdisplay.php?f=40 Stretch Cruiser & Chopper Motorized Bicycles -


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    Oder klicken Sie hier für meine Photobucket Bilder von meinem baut:Crazyhorse Rat Rod Bikes pictures by ICrazyhorse - Photobucket

    Ich habe auch bauen Tribut Vintage Style Board Track Racer motorisierten Fahrrädern siehe mein Photobucket Seite für Bilder von ihnen.

    It is much easier to write in english but I thought you"d get a laugh from my broken deutsch.

    Ich habe Freunde, die in Wien, Österreich und Athen, Griechenland leben. Ein Freund, der in Tubigen Leben.

    Ich denke, Chopper Fahrräder sind sehr beliebt in Europa vor allem in Amsterdam.

    Mein Name ist Joe Englisch, Forum Bildschirm Name ist Crazy Horse.


    Chris können Sie eine Suche auf dem Honda 50ccm Moped solo, Es war noch nie hier in den Staaten verkauft, nur Japan und vielleicht Europa? Siehe Bild unten, ich werde mich mit dem gleichen 50ccm 4-Takt-Motor für meine Stretch Cruiser baut

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    "Bild unten hier ist meine erste Strecke mit dem Kreuzer 50cc/110cc 4-Takt-Motor, wird dieser Motor halbautomatisches Getriebe Elektro / Kickstarter und Befugnisse elektrisches Zubehör wie Bremsleuchte, Scheinwerfer, Blinker werden"

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    "Sprechen Sie später schuss" Peace Crazy Horse.
     
  5. Spike1401

    Spike1401 New Member

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    Thank you for your replys.

    @professor: I have found the Rusian engine post, it´s very intersting for me.

    @Crazy Horse: You have built some very impressive Bikes, very cool! The Honda Solo is not sold in Germany I know one or two directliy imopted from Japan but the price is pretty high and it is very hard to get those imports road legal.
    I also have a Honda 4 stroke but with the vertical cylinder engine a 1977 CY 50 (see picture). I´m mostly interested in old Italian Scooters and mopeds but I also like old Hondas.
     

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    Welcome to the forum. Your English is far better than my Spanish.
    Riding the moped must be a good way to get past the traffic congestion.
     

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