Bike frames for motorized bicycles

Did you ask them about shipping to come up with the $900.00? Shipping and having import permitting in place is the problem with this stuff.
Phatmoto ships from California.
They are very well packaged.
The motor and bike are in separate boxes.
They take about a week via FedEx ground.
Shipping is free.
If you live outside of California you will not be charged sales tax.
I just bought a 2024 all terrain it’s awesome.
I am modding it somewhat but under normal circumstances you only need to install the front wheel, handlebars and seat.
Then you install the engine.
All of the cables are in place and the jack shaft makes it super easy to install the chain.
I have built several bikes from scratch and I have to say having something that is pre engineered to start off is awesome.
 
f you live outside of California you will not be charged sales tax.
He lives in Canada and anything from the states clearing Canadian customs is a nightmare to behold...lol...Just ask Robe, he will tell ya all about it...lol.

I have built several bikes from scratch and I have to say having something that is pre engineered to start off is awesome.
I wouldn't know what to do with myself if I didn't have to make some sort of parts to make things fit Davey...lol.

My front motor mount and my rear frame to brake caliper adapter are all hand made and custom fitted by "yours truly" to fit.
Both made from 7075 T-6 military aviation grade aluminum I got from the nearby AFB and White Sands Missile Range...lol.
My front frame to caliper adapter is actually an "Adel" clamp used on an F-16...lol.

Here is some sample pics of my finagling things to make it all work and a link to my tutorial as to how I make it all work...lol...lol.

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Fabricated Rear Caliper Adaptor IMG_0347.jpg


Another view of rear caliper adaptor.IMG_0350.jpg


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And this is the finished product as it exists today that I ride pretty much daily here in Alamogordo, NM

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Different gearing. The drive sprocket has less teeth on the 32 mph.
With mine, the rear sprocket gear is a 36 tooth, coupled with the 10 tooth front gear on a Phantom 85, it delivers 51 MPH right out of the box when I built it but I always like cruising at just 30 to 35 MPH. It's just nice to know the extra power is there when necessary...lol.
 
I don't have any close ups of my front except for before I welded it on, but I have a few good ones of my rear bracket and motor mount.
 

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