Morini full suspension motored bicycles cruising

Discussion in 'Video Gallery' started by Easy Rider, Oct 15, 2008.

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  1. Easy Rider

    Easy Rider Guest

  2. Morini costs double, runs x3 better...well worth it.

    Hey Easy Rider;
    I watched the video and that Morini of yours runs really good.
    Well worth the money.
    What Morini is it? the S6-T or the S6-S ?
    Did you do any mods of your own to the engine?
  3. Easy Rider

    Easy Rider Guest

    It's the s6-t 5.8hp motor. The only thing I did was change the stock metal reeds cage. It now has more pedal surface and carbon fiber reeds.
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  4. Mountainman

    Mountainman Active Member

    love it -- but -- it hurts

    any MB rider would love this video
    as I did
    nice sounding motor and a fast MB

    but -- I also wish to share with you
    could use this video to show ones the reason why

    let's see if the Mountainman has this right

    you blew through at least one stop light
    stops require at all times -- A FULL STOP

    making illegal turns
    not using hand signals

    excessive speeds in alley

    and you traveled on MANY SIDEWALKS
    which as we know
    at least in Calif
    is a NO NO NO

    oh well -- ride that thing

    ps -- If I was the pooolice even though I love MBs
    after watching you ride for a while
    you win --- the full ticket book !!!
    Last edited: Oct 20, 2008
  5. Easy Rider

    Easy Rider Guest

    You're right Mountainman. Shame on me. I'll remove my youtube video and promise not to influence any of the members of this board. Sorry.:rolleyes:
  6. Mountainman

    Mountainman Active Member

    coffeed up

    hey Easy Rider

    a lot of coffee going on there this morning

    it's not really a big shame on you thing

    we love to ride -- that's what it's truly about

    maybe next video -- JUST STAY OFF THE SIDEWALKS

    and remember no matter what Mountainman says -- have fun when you

    ride that thing
  7. Easy Rider

    Easy Rider Guest

    You mean lack of coffee Mountainman. LOL But you are correct we should have stayed off of the sidewalk. We usally don't ride like that in the streets but it was one of those days. At lease we're wearing our helmets on.:grin:
  8. Mountainman

    Mountainman Active Member

    no Mountain ANGEL here

    what I meant was -- I was coffeed up
    it's my ONLY DRUG OF CHOICE USED and approved by Mountainman
    Mountainman Coffee
    it taste so good -- oh yes that taste -- just makes one want to


    we do appreicate that Easy Rider
    knowing that we have MANY on site watching and learning
    it would be our wish to have all MB riders STAY OFF SIDEWALKS
    because as we know -- one major MB problem on a sidewalk
    noted in the news -- would hurt our fine cause -- so much...

    and to remember -- this is coming from no Mountain ANGEL here

    one day at a time -- wishing to set a good example as we

  9. Easy Rider;
    Are there any legal open trails or land to try your bike near where you are?
    I can only imagine how much fun that bike might be on th right conditions...dirt riding.
    Off course it is not a hill climber torque machine, maybe a NuVinci would help.

    In my So.Cal base, most open land is off limits...unless you drive quite a bit east or fly down south.
    I lived in Peru; and there are miles and miles and miles of open land with no "No Tras Passing" signs. I might go one day over there with a bike like yours I'm thinking about to start building.

    One last question on the reeds. Where did you got the carbon reeds? Are they the same as the pocket bike reeds like the Black Widow, or this are Morini carbon reeds?
  10. Easy Rider

    Easy Rider Guest

    Our friends owns land up where we ride so most of our riding is on private property.
    As for the reed cage it's from Morini. The stock cage had metal petals on one side. While the new one has them on both sides.
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  11. sparky

    sparky Active Member

    But, uh... the cops encouraged me to choose the sidewalk as opposed to any other path. Obviously just depends on your location. Here, there are very few roads with sidewalks, and hardly anybody actually uses the sidewalks. So, in Gulfport... sidewalks are dedicated MB territory.

    It's pretty nice to have your own path, separate from all other motorists. Makes you feel like you're elite.
  12. Mountainman

    Mountainman Active Member

    to be able to use sidewalk -- very cool

    that's pretty cool sparky
    in your state or town you are encouraged to use the sidewalk
    may just keep you safe and away from those cars !!

    here in Calif -- sidewalks are a big NO NO -- especially with motor on
    the pooolice can even -- but usually don't --
    give tickets to bicycle riders on sidewalks

    we have a few roadways with no bike lanes
    it would be nice in some of those cases
    to be able to travel at a safe speed on the sidewalk

    ride that thing