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  1. satoch

    satoch New Member

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    Hello all. I'm new to this forum but have built a few bikes. Here is my last project. It's a Micargi Bronco 3.0 beach cruiser frame that I grafted a Tomos A55 engine, wheels and forks onto. I hand hammered the tank and fabricated pretty much else. I did the painting in my booth and had the orange powder coated.

    I'm anxious to get started on my new stretch cruiser with a Sky Hawk 66cc engine.
     

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  2. paul

    paul Active Member

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    very nice and welcome to the forum. hope all is well in the windy city
     
  3. Mannhouse51

    Mannhouse51 New Member

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    Welcome ! Looks like you're doing some nice work.
     
  4. wheelbender6

    wheelbender6 Active Member

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    Welcome to the forum. I had pondered what type of frame would accommodate a moped motor. You did a great job.
     
  5. ToxicAz520

    ToxicAz520 New Member

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    welcome and that is some awsome work cant wait t see more feom you on here.
     
  6. Ernst

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    Boss looking bike!
     
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    bad ass build dude!!!! hey man, lets hook up some time im in chicago too
     
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    Hello everyone,
    I recently developed an interest in motorized bicycles. Mainly due to moving to FL. The weather, the proximity of everything, and gas prices all kind of led me to looking into motorized biking as you more efficient way to travel locally.
    So anyways, I'll be looking to soak up enough info to eventually build my own bike and I'd appreciate any help you guys can offer.
    thanks!
    Chris
     

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