I have run mine as far as 16 miles in a day. the manual above shows how the bike folds.Just bought a pair of wind jammers for 400 bucks. They only had 2hrs usage. The guys wife didn't like them so they got put in the corner of garage for 2yrs until he got tired of storing them. Love them! I have a few questions. How long can you run them at a time or how far should you go at a time. How do you get them to fold? I tried but couldn't get them to. Don't want to break it. Was going to sell one until I read on your forum that you can't get parts for them. Any basic info on them would be great. Thanks!
I also have 2 now .I bought a red one last fall. it needed a carburetor because it would not idle. i found the exact one on ebay for $10.They are tricky to get dialed in. Make sure you use good quality chainsaw oil. Stihl or echo are great.
Try to pedal a little when starting out or after stopping. The motor will last longer. It does not like low speeds with a load.
The only parts that you can not get are the rear wheel lockup assembly. The 2 freewheel repair can fix it. One put on right and the other reversed with bolts through the main gear is the only fix I have seen for the sprocket. I am sure that there are others, but the bikes are scarce so not many are out there to get information. The fix came from the original distributor who happens to live nearby.
My second bike is in perfect shape. I got it for $100 because the owner got tired of trying to adjust the carb. It would only run with the choke on. Even after a good soaking , it would only run with the choke on a little.It was much better to replace it.