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Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle General Discussion' started by MaxPower, Mar 3, 2010.
always wondered John. If you do post a thread, can you put a link here so we don't miss it?
I should have put an option for 0 bikes. I know there are some who still have their sanity.
an age poll would be cool am very interested, im 59
3 running and the project bike. A 20" chopper, an OCC chopper and a 24" beach cruiser w/ ape hangers (the PEE WEE) If I didn't sell or remove and replace on other bikes, the number would be about 8. Lots of fun. I would build more, but I need the space i n the garage.
Just like you, I got 1 runner and 1 in the works plus...am picking up a honda novio tonight just because it's a moped....these things are addictive!!!
Two for me. my single speed cruiser is my main ride. Number two is a schwinn OCC. The OCC is for riding around, closer to home base.
With motors, two 63 Americans that are my regular riders, two recent Chinese made Huffys to sell this summer, one 39 Elgin almost done, one 34 Elgin in transition from Electric to gas. One 38 Elgin undecided whether it will get an engine or not, but either way is for sale, one 1950 Schwinn Panther?Hornet/Motorbike awaiting an engine, but ready otherwise and will be for sale, one Worksman Newsboy ready for a motor and also done otherwise ready for a motor and for sale. One 55 Huffman 24" undecided what to do with. One 68 Schwinn step through ready for a motor. Some of these bikes are with me and others are in Minnesota where I live most of the year.
I'll be trying to sell bikes this summer for the first time, which is why I have so many. Once i sell something I can buy motors and try to sell others. I imagine I'll always have two or three for my use and also stuff to work on to sell. I think two or three is about the right number to have. I'm 65, going on 13.
I just finished my 5th build but two of them are already sold. I plan on keeping the three I have now but another engine was at my door today when I got home and the next bike I pick up tomorrow! Started playing with a welder on this one- laid back seat post and long exhaust- rides very nice, so much more comfortable than my mountain bike.