After watching motorized bikes in the campgrounds at Oshkosh for several years, I finally decided I had to build one of my own... Did some research, found this forum, opened up the purse strings and ordered some parts! For a list of stuff I bough to build this bike, see this post later on in this thread. I'm not the most disciplined when it comes to documenting my work, but I wanted to make this thread a decent description of things that tripped up a first-time bike builder. For you experienced guys, I'm sorry about the excessive prose but I'm hopeful it'll help someone down the road. I ordered a 2010 Grubee Skyhawk 66cc kit from gasbike.net, mainly because they had a coupon that covered the shipping cost. Turns out they have a pretty good recent reputation as well - I was very happy with the service I got. I settled on a Huffy Nel Lusso because I like the frame - the welded-in luggage rack was a big part of the decision. I've never been a big fan of coaster brakes anyway, and with the extra weight of the engine I just didn't feel comfortable with them in principle. I ordered a dual-pull brake handle from SickBikeParts.com. With my left hand working the clutch, my right hand will have to handle the braking chores and this way I can get both brakes working. Should have no trouble stopping... The Huffy cruiser frames have the right sized seat tube for the rear engine mount, but the downtube is oversized and slightly oval where the front mount will have to go. I ordered the universal front mount kit from SickBikeParts.com, and it looks like it will work well.