Raleigh Boulevard Cruiser w/Honda GXH 50cc

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by Uheruser, Oct 9, 2009.

  1. Uheruser

    Uheruser New Member

    Hi, RSA here in rural Missouri. Have just scratch built one-speed boulevard cruiser powered by Honda 50cc 4-stroke, single belt drive using Whizzer rear sheave, manual clutch. Runs fine, just need sunshine. Would like to post pic(s). First time posting thread.

  2. biken stins

    biken stins Member

    Welcome to the site.
    Looking forward to seeing pic's.
    Where did you get the needed parts?
    Hope your rideing soon.
  3. Uheruser

    Uheruser New Member

    Good day to you. I'm not quite sure yet how to post a photo, or whether I can post more than one. I'll wade in gradually. In answer to your question, I got most parts right here in my garage. I had to buy the engine (Internet), Whizzer rear sheave (NOS, eBay), and miscellaneous parts -- pulleys, belts, etc from suppliers in Springfield. I'll post a pic as soon as I can.

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  4. Mountainman

    Mountainman Active Member

    nice looking -- like them simple -- motor bike
    that Honda will take you for many miles
    I like the looks of your tank
    it looks like -- just a plastic tank

    I find the HT tanks to look phony -- little boy chopper look
  5. Uheruser

    Uheruser New Member

    Thanks, Mountain Man. Beauty follows function. Plus, this tank works well with this engine because it was designed for it. Only modification was to sleeve ID of two fuel lines with copper tubing to make a longer line.
  6. Mountainman

    Mountainman Active Member

    let me guess if I might
    top speed around 20 mph
    looks to be low geared ??

    with that belt drive ------------- nice

    be careful as you ride that thing
  7. beast775

    beast775 Guest


    stunning build!!i really like the motor mounts.excellent work.are you able to find pulleys for the front?:cool2:
  8. Uheruser

    Uheruser New Member

    top speed, front pulley

    I'm guessing top speed is around 30 plus, because I have to slow it down in town when there's a 25 mph speed limit sign.
    The front pulley is as small as they make them for a 5/8 inch shaft, 1.5 inches in diameter. It is well geared, if not a little tall. I have to assist up any significant grade, but I don't mind. No pain, no gain.