Greetings from San Diego!

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by Jmnmaui, Dec 18, 2007.

  1. Jmnmaui

    Jmnmaui Guest

    Hey guys and gals,
    I've been reading the forums for a few weeks now and I'm convinced it's time to turn my bike into a moped. Such a wealth of information here. Hope to chat and contribute soon!

    -J
     

  2. locoWelder

    locoWelder Guest

    Welcome to MBc!......Moped ...we dont need no stinking moped!! ;)
     
  3. Abeagle

    Abeagle Guest

    Welcome to MBc. :cool: I agree that this forum is great source of info.
    I continue to find new (old) threads to read each day.
     
  4. mickey

    mickey Guest

    Welcome. I visited San Diego once. Beautiful, but so dry.
     
  5. CC XT rider

    CC XT rider Guest

    Type bike you are adding Power Assist' to? Preferred boost method; Petrol or electric

    Hello & Welcome in San Diego, Concur, but I joined on very 1st referral/visit! Hope you & all yours avoided all/any of the fire damage &/or mud slides
    Think you may have a good LOCAL points of contact, depending on desired assist methods! Can see & get real hands-on some of the methods!
    I am thinking of trying BL-36 fm Wilderness Electric myself, Would be greeneny@yahoo.com WE system vs BionX PL350.
     
  6. Alaskavan

    Alaskavan Guest

    Welcome to MBc.
     
  7. Bean Oil

    Bean Oil Guest

    Welcome to MB.c from another Cal-ee-phorn-ian!

    I'm up 'ere in El Lay riding a 2-stroked Schwinn Cruiser.

    As CC XT rider asked, what kind of bike do you want to motorize?

    See you 'round!


    -Chris

    :)~
     
  8. dbigkahunna

    dbigkahunna Guest

    Get a motor on you bicycle so you will have a motor assisted bicycle. Welcome to the tribe from the Giant Side of Texas!
     
  9. Jmnmaui

    Jmnmaui Guest

    I'm looking at putting the 4-stroke Skyhawk II into either my 21 speed mountain bike, or donor 12 speed mountain bike. I think I'd prefer the donor because it's made of steel (makes welding easier, if neccesary). Originally I looked at electric (hub motors and chain drives) but decided that spending $800 was a bit much for me right now. However ~$400 for a nice commuter powered bicycle sounds good.
     
  10. Jmnmaui

    Jmnmaui Guest

    Ah, I've just had a vocabulary lesson. Moped refer to scooters etc. I don't want one of those. I defenitely still want to pedal myself around...with a 4-stroke assist :grin:
     
  11. azbill

    azbill Active Member

    welcome to MBc ! :D
     
  12. Bertsimon

    Bertsimon Guest

    Welcome!!!:grin:
     
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