Hello from Poland.

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  1. Coval_PL

    Coval_PL New Member

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    Hello everybody. I m'm from Gdynia/Poland. Im "fresh" user of Skyhawk 80cc engine mounted in mountain bike. I'm sorry for my english. I'll do all my best to be understanded ;)

    greeting form Poland
    Tomekbrnot
     

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    welcome thats a nice looking bike i really like it
     
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    Thanks :) I make a lot of fun and sesnsation on the streets for now. People look at me becouse that engines are not so popular as in USA. There is a few words about my bike.

    I have 19,5" Cr-Mo frame with RST front suspension, shimano Acera gears, Suntour Nex seatpost, Royalgel seat with elastomer suspension. It's really good combination to reduce engine vibrations.
    I have also Topeak MTX BeamRack EX with MTX TrunkBag DX. There is a little drawer in this rack, where I plan to place a little acid aku connected to magneto to power up the lights. I have also rear brake and directions rear lamp also, waiting for instalation. I need to reduce hand bars vibrations also, and i'm working on it.
    That's all for now. To be continued....
     
  4. Dave31

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    Welcome Coval_PL to Motorbicycling.com

    That is a very nice Motorized Bicycle .wee.
     
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    welcome , The bike looks Great!
     
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    Welcome, smooth looking bike. Suspension is the way to go and I like how you made your exhaust.

    How and where do you buy a Skyhawk 80cc kit in Poland?
     
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    Polish reseller of this engines is Hydrobud (Silniki24). This long exhaust is standard equipment of this engine.
     
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    welcome to the forum, i havent seen a pole on here yet. its amazing how many different countries are represented here though, i really like the long pipe. take care and talk to ya later, frank
     
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    Welcome to the forum. I like the exhaust pipe. Seems like we did have a member from Poland because I remember asking him something about Robert Kubica (F1 driver).
     
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    That's interesting. I wish to know this member. I'm thinking about polish motorbikes web site.
    Maybe he would like to help me.
     
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    Thanks a lot. I just send a message to this guy. I hope he'll read it.
     
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    Howdy Tomek, welcome. Great looking bike. Powitanie, wielki *bike*.
     
  14. 2door

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    Huh? What'd he say??? Dan, didn't know you spoke Polish too. A man of many talents.


    Welcome and glad you've joined us. I like that luggage rack. Hope to see more from you.
    Tom
     
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    That rack is made by Topeak :). They have many very interestig products. Topeak® Cycling Accessories — Prepare to Ride
    I like this produck Topeak® Cycling Accessories — Products - Bar’n Mirror . I wish to buy it.
     
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    Last pictures of my bike. I add an aku (6V/1,3Ah mounted in little drawer under rack), charged from magneto, 2 front lamps, rear direction and brake lamps, electronic horn. So electric equipment is almost done. :) I think about little wind shield also :D.
     

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    Hey and welcome !.....looks like you might be ahead of the curve here since that's such a nice build you already have !.....that bike looks cool man !....looking forward to seeing and reading more posts from you !



    Laters !
    Salty
     
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    hey buddy! glad to see a mountain bike so well represented! that sucker you have built up has all the gear on it for a trip into the back roads!
     
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    Welcome my new friend, real nice bike, your English is just fine :)
     
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    Thanks for your opinions. :) I did all my best to change my bike to "not-silly-looking" motorbike :)
    I'm really impressed by old school cruisers and chopperbikes. They really looks great.
     

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