Nationalwide Motorized Bicycle forum (facebook event) riders wanted WA!

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Hey what's up, this post is in regards to all WA RIDERS...

NATIONALWIDE MOTORIZED BICYCLE GROUP is seeking WA RIDERS TO PLAN A TRIP from Auburn way, to Central Ave, though Meeker St, then up Kent Des Moines road, to Federal way 320th down Peasley Canyon Road then onto main street auburn way, WA.

Anyone down to ride on a nice sunny day shoot a message back...


So far it's two riders on the list..... we recommend that all bring proper gear as necessary along the trip this is about a 36.2-40 mile ride round trip... so if anyone is not on a full tank we recommend bringing your own oil and or tools.

If we can get a couple action camera riders as well this could be a great opportunity to brand both groups and forums as a support to gaining other motorized bicyclist members.

Rules:

Respect the road...

Respect vehicles personal space around you,

Maintain formation when in live route of main streetways.

Respect your other fellow riders vehicle (if you have nothing nice to say don't say it at all.)

Our last most important rules, No guns, Flags, and all wheels must be seated to the ground on "public" road ways.

"Pit stop tricks" are allowed but not on the road.
 


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My guess is that society already sees us a lunatics for bolting engines to our bikes and throwing guns into the mix would make us appear even more deranged. Especially liberal Washingtonians with their environmentally green stance on transportation and rather anti-firearm attitude.

Yeah I've became pretty notorious around auburn for being a daily rider. With that said this tight scuffy body was well worth it.

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we deserve more rights as a group like bicyclist had to fight for our lanes we should have rights with moped and motorcyclist in between.


Although we are not illegal we are a gray area man when someone quoted "tight fit " they won't lying for the most part although my carbuerator is slightly angled and not 100% parallel with the ground I think it will work but I had to abandon the air filter shell,


Time for pantie hose filter lol
 

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Yeah I've became pretty notorious around auburn for being a daily rider. With that said this tight scuffy body was well worth it.

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we deserve more rights as a group like bicyclist had to fight for our lanes we should have rights with moped and motorcyclist in between.


Although we are not illegal we are a gray area man when someone quoted "tight fit " they won't lying for the most part although my carbuerator is slightly angled and not 100% parallel with the ground I think it will work but I had to abandon the air filter shell,


Time for pantie hose filter lol
"Gray area" is a good way to describe it here. I looked into getting my bike registered when I built my first bike, but you need to get it registered and have a licence plate on it, which is impossible to do. Technically, a stock 49cc china two stroke fits the criteria for a moped, but the DMV doesn't realize this. Here is a story of a member from Bellevue who tried everything he could to register but ultimately couldn't: https://motoredbikes.com/threads/getting-rather-not-getting-a-license-in-wa.14561/#post-151230 The amazing this is the inspector was enthused about his creation and did everything he could, yet ultimately couldn't convince his higher ups to go along. I think it all boils down to making the bike your self vs. Buying it from a legit producer.

Luckly, I live in farmland around Buckley and have access to some pretty sparsely used country roads which I barely even use. My favorite place to ride is on a dirt access road that parallels the flume that feeds lake Tapps as it is completely closed off to everyone except peddle bikers and walkers/joggers.

Have you ever been stopped by a cop? If so, what do they say?
 

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Ya know the legit bike lyfe gang got a bad rep which is why I say no guns
We have a bad rep because people like you can't even spell life correctly and feel the need to impart the word gang into our groups. I'd feel legitimately safer with a gun since it's people who don't think we should be on the road who can cause problems, the whole point of a gun is to keep the problems to a minimum, I'm not going to stand and argue with a mother*****r just tell them to leave me be or I'm coming for their ass with the tools to enforce it.

Yeah I've became pretty notorious around auburn for being a daily rider. With that said this tight scuffy body was well worth it.

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we deserve more rights as a group like bicyclist had to fight for our lanes we should have rights with moped and motorcyclist in between.


Although we are not illegal we are a gray area man when someone quoted "tight fit " they won't lying for the most part although my carbuerator is slightly angled and not 100% parallel with the ground I think it will work but I had to abandon the air filter shell,


Time for pantie hose filter lol
We have rights, and then we have privileges, road use falls into the latter of the two. Yes it's a grey area but ultimately the decision as to whether we are aloud to use the bike on the road will be made by the same kind of people who (smartly) said you can't use snowmobiles, atvs, and military tanks on the roads. No way of knowing which direction they will swing but I'd say California has the right idea, make it "basicly legal" with a quick form and an easy 18 bucks, multiplied over hundreds of thousands of bikes you're talking about a decent dime being dropped into the state's bank account.

If you want what you like to call rights then I'd suggest getting your politicians to look at the money available in "legalizing" these bikes instead of focusing on the greyness (which makes subjects too sensitive to touch, meanwhile easy state revenue is extremely easy to write legislation for.)

What the hell is with you being unable to take a picture in focus, seriously enough's enough.
 
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We have a bad rep because people like you can't even spell life correctly and feel the need to impart the word gang into our groups. I'd feel legitimately safer with a gun since it's people who don't think we should be on the road who can cause problems, the whole point of a gun is to keep the problems to a minimum, I'm not going to stand and argue with a motherfucker just tell them to leave me be or I'm comming for their ass with the tools to enforce it.


We have rights, and then we have privileges, road use falls into the latter of the two. Yes it's a grey area but ultimately the decision as to whether we are aloud to use the bike on the road will be made by the same kind of people who (smartly) said you can't use snowmobiles, atvs, and military tanks on the roads. No way of knowing which direction they will swing but I'd say California has the right idea, make it "basicly legal" with a quick form and an easy 18 bucks, multiplied over hundreds of thousands of bikes you're talking about a decent dime being dropped into the state's bank account.

If you want what you like to call rights then I'd suggest getting your politicians to look at the money available in "legalizing" these bikes instead of focusing on the greyness (which makes subjects too sensitive to touch, meanwhile easy state revenue is extremely easy to write legislation for.)

What the hell is with you being unable to take a picture in focus, seriously enough's enough.

If you must be an am asshat the correct term is BIKE "lyfe" that's how the gang is spelt in Cali if I am correct it's not life.

Don't blame me blame the lame ass HTC 626 worst phone ever but in spite of me being nice I'm not going to block you for acting like a narcissist.

No one cares everyone knows Android can't spell for sh*t.
 
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My Android has no problem spelling.

Mine does I work in grease oil in water all day

Bet your phones up to date too or has 16GB my stuff isn't yours.


In addition today's not the day my friend you know I'm pissed when a part breaks.

I have no space on my phone for updates either.
 
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