Hello all from northeastern Ohio. I just joined a few days ago. I found this and "the other" forum by Googling (is that in the dictionaries yet ?) for motorized bicycle information. I bought one of the first 4 cycle trimmers years ago after reading about them in Popular Science magazine and in the back of my mind I remember thinking "this would make a great Wizzer engine substitute". No disrespect intended to those among you running 2 strokes, but I've never liked them. Well after 14 years of service I've retired my old Ryobi 975r from landscaping duty and want to builded a motored bicycle with the engine. To be honest, the last few years were frustrating as it stalled a lot and was hard to start. It's been replaced with a Worx brand cordless, rechargable electric (Hmmmmm, who knows....maybe I'll make it push my lazy butt around someday too ...). I'm now looking for a cheap but good bicycle. I'm partial to cruiser style bikes but not single speeds. I've looked at the Huffy Cranbrook, Schwinn Point Beach, Schwinn Link and Next LaJolla. My son has an old Mongoose full suspension mountain bike I could pilfer parts from to make a multi-speed out of the Huffy, but buying one already built that way seems more appealing. I'm hoping for suggestions or info on any of the above stuff. I'd really like to find a matching 975r, mount them both to and aluminum plate, connect them via a rubber cog belt and make a half-baked v-twin out of them. It would be fun changing the spacing between firing events and changing how it sounds. Maybe I should wait till I get one done before trying that however.