Wait...is that a motor on your bike?

Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle General Discussion' started by cowgirlupgrl, Jul 25, 2010.

  1. cowgirlupgrl

    cowgirlupgrl New Member

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    She's finally up and running, and without further ado, i give you the thing that has gotten me the "wtf looks".

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    r.ly.
     
  2. azbill

    azbill Active Member

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    nice !!!
    I really like seeing the kids in the trailer behind you ;)
    I hope they enjoy it as much as my grandkids enjoy their trailer (^)
     

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  3. GothTech

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    i get those kind of looks like is that a motor on your bike i lol its funny to see people laughn at me its gets me to point a to point b lol and i just put ape hangers on it so now they laugh neven harder lol
     
  4. chrome

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    Nice ride you got there! And with the trailer on, motorbicycling for the family! Have fun!
     
  5. corgi1

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    It is a nice looking bike but I am concerned with the Idler location on the top chain
     
  6. 2door

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    Congratulations. You're in for lots of fun and the kids will enjoy it too. I have to agree with Corgi1 however. The chain tensioner should be on the bottom of the chain. Tensioning the top really doesn't do anything. If it runs okay like you have it you can probably do away with the tensioner altogether. Just shorten the chain and use your dropouts for tension adjustment if you have adjustable dropouts. Good luck, ride safe.
    Tom
     

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