Hello from Puerto Rico! My name is Mark (or Mac, from my Army days) I'm originally from New Hampshire, but after joining the Army Airborne, I've traveled a bit. Before coming to Puerto Rico, I last lived in Lansing, Michigan, where I joined the Moped Army... I conversed with a few guys, but never got to meet anyone, or do any "Swarm" missions with them. I had a small scooter, but really liked the old school mopeds best. I caught the motor bicycling bug when Grubee first started out, spoke with him a bunch of times, and ordered myself a pallet of engines, to sell. I kept two for myself, one was incomplete, the other was about to go on a Stretch Limo frame I built up with Whizzer forks, and Worksman wheels. I never got the engine mounted, but she rode nice, although I was unhappy with the wheel flop; had to be the angle of the head tube... I sold her and the engine kit, as I had to leave for Puerto Rico, due to reasons I won't bore you with... needless to say, here I remain. I discovered this site about six months ago, and I honestly don't recall if I did this intro thing or not, so here I am! I am so very impressed with the ingenuity and talent of the many amateur builders here; it is both impressive, and inspiring. Although I have currently fallen on hard times, financially, but soon I will (oh, yes I will) be building a stretch cruiser, with big fat wheels, a sturdy, hand built frame (hopefully straight and with style!) and a 4 cycle (maybe automatic, for my first build) Honda clone engine. Many of you builders, (and you know who you are) are so damned good, I will, no doubt, be asking around for help, opinions, and such. I'm a total newbie, and have no problem seeing my limitations... For example; I've never built a frame, and I haven't welded since 1993.. once, before that 1982, in high school shop class! I've seen many cool bikes, especially from the Europeans; two notables; Amsterdam & the Russia... and many more. I look forward to learning as much as I can, and sharing my progress, as well as my failures (be kind!). I do look forward to meeting, and getting to know ya'll. I've already gotten to know CrazyHorse, a bit... he's good ppl!