transmission using the gears on the bike?

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5-7HEAVEN

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:cool:Okay, Haggard. Thanks.

I appreciate that.

Myron
 
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Dockspa1

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I have something against Canadians! They have cleaner cities than ours and some of the most beutiful mountains in B.C. that I have ever seen.
I am stuck, knee deep in corn husk flat land U.S.A. You Canadians owe me pity! :cry::):D
Doc
 
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eltatertoto

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bump! lol, i was just loooking at u tube vids, and i found this. i hear people brainstorming about running happytimes backwards, and why not use the bike gears by doing it like this guy did? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WsbOD09doRI if tthis vid has been covered like 50 million times let me know. and its a good way to pretend lol, anf u could always remove the cranks. i think this is a kit but still! its an idea!
 
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Stink Bike

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If someone would just build a HT type motor with the drive coming out of the other side it sure would solve a lot of problems.

It could also have a petrol cap that doesn't leak.
 
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Demosthenese

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for the record, you may be knee deep in corn husks, but we are shoulder deep in snow!
I wonder why there isn't a right hand drive HT! Wouldn't be that hard to tool the molds; exact same measurements just the other way round. Guess it's cause it wouldn't make sense for chinese single speed bikes.

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cant wait till these are available

http://www.motoredbikes.com/showthread.php?t=8978

go ghost!
 
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Fly_boy_bc

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canadian motoredbike laws are actually much more stringent tham US laws
if it has an engine, it's a moped...that's pretty much all there is to their laws
(I am from ontario, originally)

In BC you specifically can not have multiple gears even on a "pedal assist" electric. (on the motor)

Gary....eh?
 
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