New Motorbike Business w/ pics

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  1. rlberry

    rlberry New Member

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    Hi everyone!

    Just wanted to say hello and introduce myself and my business. My name is Randy and I have been reading alot on this forum for around a year now. I have learned quite a bit so far and decided to start my business about a couple months ago. I named it RIDE HARD MOTORBIKES and have sold 7 bikes so far. You can find some of the builds that i have done below.

    I first got started building motorbikes last year. Turned my mountainbike into a motorbike hehe. I thought it was so cool and so did everyone else. Please take a look at some of my build below. I would definitely like to hear your comments, suggestions, and thoughts. This site will be my bible for my business and any help you guys can give me would be much appreciated. Thanks

    RIDE HARD MOTORBIKES .shft.
     

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    xseler Well-Known Member

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    Howdy!!

    However, the only pict I see is a motorized bicycle for toon-town (smilie).........
     
  3. rlberry

    rlberry New Member

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    I had to do a little editting to cut file size ;p lol. Hope you enjoy
     
  4. Huffydavidson

    Huffydavidson STREETRACER/MANUFACTURER

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    Welcome to the forum. Perhaps you forgot to take off the lense cover???
     
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  5. rlberry

    rlberry New Member

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    lol I posted this thread on my gs3 and had some issues uploading the photos. So I went to my computer and lowered the file size a bit lol
     
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    Huffydavidson STREETRACER/MANUFACTURER

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    Ah much better. Nice builds . What kits are these? How much are your bikes bringing?
     
  7. rlberry

    rlberry New Member

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    The kits are from Ebay and I've sold 7 in the past 2 months. Prices vary due to type of bike, kit, upgrades etc. Last one I sold was for $550
     
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    Huffydavidson STREETRACER/MANUFACTURER

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    Not to sabbie. How far are you from st.Louis?
     
  9. rlberry

    rlberry New Member

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    I live in Rockford so around 7 hours maybe
     
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    Huffydavidson STREETRACER/MANUFACTURER

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    Well if you ever get over this way give a pm I'll give you the 50 cent tour. Peace neighbor .
     
  11. rlberry

    rlberry New Member

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    Will do take care
     
  12. bill2781

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    very nice bikes man keep up the good work :}
     
  13. rlberry

    rlberry New Member

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    Thank you bill
     
  14. Spoooooky

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    That's some nice profit. Around me, I find them on Craigslist for $300 all day. Which I find crazy because even if you find a cheap china girl and bike you are right around $300.

    So it's good to hear you are getting payed for your time and effort you put in them.
     
  15. rlberry

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    Thanks Spooky. I keep hearing China girl what are those anyway?
     
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    On the cranny is it hard to fit the coaster break arm back on when u joint the sprocket?
     
  17. rlberry

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    Not really. You just have to make sure you don't tighten the sprocket to the dust cover. The dust cover can be modified or you can enlarge the center of the sprocket.
     
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    ...yeah man, i believe 'china-girl' is just a generic term for the little 2-stroke kits so that would make all those motors you're using on your builds 'china-girls', mostly 'cause they're made in china but i think also 'cause many think of their bike's as 'her', ...like 'i'm gonna take her out for a ride', if you know what i mean, lol.

    ...anyway, good luck with your business.

    peace, bozo
     

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