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stick

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do the engines offer much resistance when pedalling with the engine off? or is it a deal where you only pedal to start the engine and then not again.
 


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sideshowsideswipe

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with the clutch in it's just like riding your bike as normal, just with an extra 25 pounds on the bike.
 

Tom

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And a big chain that has to get pulled around...
 
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sideshowsideswipe

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yeah, so to answer the question, a little resistance.
 
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stick

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just wondering if it was alot. i mean so much so that a person would not be able to ride without it running.
 
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gone_fishin

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when the clutch is fully dis-engaged, i'm able to spin my rear wheel & it'll go around at least once before stopping.

on my 5-speed i have to use 3rd gear because i'm dragging that chain around the little drive-sprocket, but i have my clutch adjusted nicely & i have no problems peddling at all, 'cept for being almost 50 years old, that is :?
 
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