Hi everyone newbie here

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by fritzalee, Aug 23, 2008.

  1. fritzalee

    fritzalee New Member

    I'd like to introduce myself, I am a semi retired A/C Contractor, that is also a retired Senior Chief USN (SW), I live on the south prong of histroric Black Creek in Middleburg FL, just south of Jacksonville "GO JAGS". While browsing through ebay looking for a beach cruiser for my wife, I discovered motorbike kits, researched how they were installed, had an unused 1996 Roadmaster mountain bike, $182.00 later, here I am.
    The kit is from BGF, no trouble so far, did make a spring loaded chain tentioner, parts from Tractor Supply and a #41 chain, motor isn't broke in yet, tropical Storm Fay is keeping everyone inside.
    Looking forward to sharing some ideas on my newfound hobby.
    fritzalee
     

  2. kawasaki999

    kawasaki999 Member

    Welcome! Wow another Florida mb. I think we have enough riders in Fl. to have a mini motorbike weekend some where.
     

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  3. stude13

    stude13 Active Member

    welcome chief; i spent time on cva31 bon homme richard. i think it would be interesting to have a place to register by country and by state. im computer illeterate among other things so i have no idea how to get her done. mitch
     
  4. psmcd

    psmcd Member

    also new

    Howdy Fritz, I just got started too. This is great fun and just might tempt you more to the retired side. If I could get even part retired I would ride more and build more bikes. I generally get out on the all pedal mtn bike almost every day and thought I'd ride more in the evening on another bike if I had a little motor to help back up the hill. But I'm still pedaling the motored bike 50 - 70%, got a lot of hill around here.

    So what about the wife's cruiser? Did you find her one? Maybe you'll have to get her two so she can have one with a motor!
     
  5. quay1962

    quay1962 Guest

    welcome

    Hello and welcome to MBc...I currently have a HT engine but I can't depend on it all the time and I am no mechanic...this is my honest oppinion and I am saving to buy one of these... http://www.bikeengines.com/tanaka32info.htm my hubby got the http://www.bikeengines.com/tanaka40info.htm and has not had one problem since he got it and installed it... but for mor options look here too http://www.motoredbikes.com/forumdisplay.php?f=86 hope these help good luck on your endeavors and happy motoring.
     
  6. kawasaki999

    kawasaki999 Member

    Quay , Now your cooking!
     
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