What do you think of this bike?

Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle General Discussion' started by Anthemavm, Oct 25, 2012.

  1. Anthemavm

    Anthemavm New Member

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    I really like the Felt Bikes, and thought this would be a cool addition to my collection. I don't have any motorized bikes yet, so your help is appreciated.

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    Ridley Motorcycles in Oklahoma for the conversion consisting of: sealed fuel tank, Motorcycle grade chain tensioners, upgraded fasteners and then fitted with a strong running 80 CC 2 cycle engine.

    What do you think it is worth, it has about 50 hours on it.

    Thanks
     
  2. WightBoy

    WightBoy New Member

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    My opinion, Felts are too nice for the cheap 2 stroke kits. I would buy it for the price of a used felt w/o the motor and put a 4 stroke in it.
     
  3. BikeBerryKelci

    BikeBerryKelci New Member

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    I have honestly spoken to many people, and when you are selling a motorized bike that the motor is already installed on to, people will pay a pretty penny for it. Prices range from $500-couple thousand dollars. I would check craigslist for your local area to see what people in your area are selling them for. Good Luck, its a great looking bike!
     
  4. wheelbender6

    wheelbender6 Active Member

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    That is my kind of motorbike with a springer fork and bobbed fenders. I kind of agree that the Felt deserves a thumper engine. Build it according to your tastes, unless you plan to sell it after breakin.
     
  5. webeneo1

    webeneo1 New Member

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    there site:
    "The 1903 Bicycle & Engine Kit $2499
    Price does not include retailer prep or destination charges. Average destination charge is $200."

    $1250 tops.
     

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