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  1. Biker14

    Biker14 New Member

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    Just want to say hi! Already made my first post, but figured I should post here. I'm 14, and I want to build a motorbike so bad. I'm just waiting to find a bike! When I start building, I'll post pics!
     
  2. Dave31

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    Hello Biker14, Welcome! We are glad you joined us.

    You have come to the right place, have any questions just ask. We have great members just waiting to give a helping hand.

    dnut
     
  3. Goat Herder

    Goat Herder Gutter Rider

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    Howdy Biker welcome to the forum! This place is just loaded with info that taps into the imagination. Tons of innovative folks here . Your gonna love it!
     
  4. Biker14

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    Yeah, I've been stalking the forums for a while even after I signed up. I've looked at a lot of posts, so I figure I'll have some of the best minds showing me how it's done! :)
     
  5. wheelbender6

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    Welcome to the forum. I think you will need your drivers license to to ride a motorbike on the road in the Peach State, so plan an off-road build for now.
    These machines are far cheaper than a quad or dual purpose motorcycle, and you learn a lot during the build.
    With a used bike in good shape, you can build a 2 stroke bike for under $250 if you shop carefully.
     
  6. Biker14

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    Well, I've got a 31cc engine, and I figure as long as I can still pedal, I'll be fine. Just to be safe, though, I'm just gonna stay on my road, where I know everybody, and the motorvehicle section of the canal trail.
     
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    Awesome! Keep a constant check on craigslist.org and local garage sales for the good deals. You can get a good mtn. bike for $25 dollars if you shop around. Good Luck!
     

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