san diego noobie

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by perichbrothers, Jan 5, 2010.

  1. perichbrothers

    perichbrothers New Member

    Hi guys,
    I'm kinda new to the motorized bicycle thing,
    but i have made a couple motorized scooters that I loved.
    They had bike parts so I may post them later on.
    I've been building hotrods for a long time and have lotsa welding and fabrication experience.

    A friend in San Jose has been into the MB's for a couple years,
    and after considering buying a motorcycle,
    have decided a MB would be a funner choice,
    no dmv, no insurance, no mc license,
    as well I live about 2.5 miles from where I work,
    and it would be a fun commuter option.

    While the motorized scooter had a briggs and stratton and a go cart clutch,
    my plan is to start out with the cheapy chinese motor kits.
    I have been into prewar bicycles for a long time,
    and I've got a beater "shelby" frame that will be a perfect start.

    Here's pics of my shelby's ...
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    I think the black one with an engine would be really cool,
    modifying the tank to hold gas.

    so that's about it.

    travis
     

  2. perichbrothers

    perichbrothers New Member

  3. Mountainman

    Mountainman Active Member

    welcome
    from Mountainman
    a few miles away from you in the mountains of Lakeside

    as said out in these parts -- ride that THING
     
  4. PatrickW

    PatrickW Staff Member

    Welcome...like the Mountainman said, ride them...get used to them. Then, I'd go to http://www.staton-inc.com and look. Talk to Dave Staton at 405-605-3765, or look for a toll free number on the site...he is the premier bike motorizer (chain, friction, or whatever!)
     
  5. GearNut

    GearNut Active Member

    Welcome to this place!
    I too am close, Santee/ Lakeside area.
    I am sure you will enjoy this site. There is a ton of knowledge here, and the natives are friendly (mostly).
     
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