So in my motorbicycling hobby, I built two bikes which I sold off for a cheap price when I decided to get a motorcycle. But drivers are kind of too crazy nowadays for a motorcycle and my mom got really mad when I decided to buy a bike saying I'll kill myself haha. So I decided to build another moped to get me around the university campus. But I got tired of those goofy black tanks and the look of the bike which is just a motor slapped onto the bike. So I'm brain storming ideas on building a min-dirtbike/motard and I need advice. First of all my building skills are 1. Able to build a direct drive bike with wrench and drivers. 2. Have experience installing SBP jackshaft 3. Messed around with the engine a lot for higher performance. Last bike, I got a CNS carburetor and tuned it really nice, and swapped the bolt on engine head with a cool looking high compression one and took the engine to a machine shop and welded a dirtbike fatpipe on it. I don't have an access to a welder or a saw. And I think welding exhausts would probably be the only thing that local autoshops will gladly do. Here's what I WANT to build I'm no expert on neither motorcycles nor bicycles. So what I'm listing is just COMPLETELY for looks/aesthetics only. Please give me new input if it sounds not practical. 1. It has to take as less fabrication as possible. -So It can't be a 4-stroke clone engine or a morini. Besides I really liked it when I had the fully modded chinese engine set up with a jackshaft. It had plenty of power. -I would really like a full suspension frame. But ones with enough clearance are hard to find. I suppose no-rear suspension would be okay. -I saw one of those 4 inch thick tire fat bikes like surly pugsley. I'm thinking about getting one of those frames and forks in oversized version and putting in a less thick and smaller rims and road tires like these (for the street legal motard look) and jackshafting it. Where would I be able to get a 20x2.5 front rims and 24x3 rear rims that will hold multi-speed cassette? (default 26x4 pugsley rims has cassettes. Not sure how they fit. Is the part where the wheel goes in wide enough for extra thickness of a cassette?) 2. I'm thinking about putting a banana seat and sissy bar for a dirt-bike look. I saw those done and ratrod style seats look really cool and sporty on MTBs and I don't have enough fabrication skills to mount a dirt bike saddle like some people do. I'm thinking about putting front fenders that goes on the oversized forks on the sissybar for the motard look. 3. I'm thinking about using this pipe from arrow cycles for the extra sporty look. 4. Also going to get a streetfighter light from ebay like this one These are pretty cheap and I live right next to a motorcycle repairshop. They said they'd be happy to lend me a hand if I brought a finished bike with the light and weld something up for me to mount it. I guess this is about it. It's just random brain storming but any input on the frames and rims and other practical aspects would be appreciated, thanks.