Introduction: Honda Motorized Bicycle

Before I start I would like to press a major safety issue. Please always wear a helmet. I recently got into an accident and it would have been much worse without a helmet. WEAR A HELMET! The damage can be seen in my other instructables here.

Okay now to the stuff you came to read and see. I completed this project with a friends help way before I started making instructables. So there is a little bit of step-by-step but not much. Even if there was the build is very subjective to the bicycle on hand. We built this bicycle on a decent budget without breaking the bank on a $660 Golden Eagle kit. In total I think it was about $575 to have a complete fully upgraded motorized bicycle which is still less than the kit or buying those silly Chinese kits. The bicycle I have is a Walmart Schwinn, the reason for it was I wanted nice accessories over a nice frame. The bike is heavy and a lighter frame would help but doesn't stop it from reaching a top speed of 30mph on a flat. I cruise at a comfortable speed of 20 mph I don't believe in W.O.T. (wide open throttle) an engine for more than 30 seconds and like keeping it at about 2/4 throttle. Anyways to the shopping list and what it cost me.

To start the shopping list this is what I bought:

  • $114 worth of parts from Golden Eagle (which is the total cost of the next three items)
  • The drive ring $50
  • Sprocket #12 $32,
  • Bicycle $?
  • Belt $32.
  • Honda GX31 with a centrifugal clutch about $80 on Ebay used.
  • Pieces of aluminum laying around that got cut to length and fitted to the bicycle. $?
  • The belt tentioner was made from a short piece of aluminum and two bearing. $?
  • Thumb throttle from Staton $16

In total before upgrades it only costed roughly $280 to have a motorized bicycle. But as described in my last part of this instructables you have to upgrade some parts like the tires, rims and other equipment you want on the bicycle. I will say it was a tricky to build because you have to measure twice and cut once. I already built it so it's hard to describe how it was built and put together.

Please leave a comment if you have any questions.

Step 1: Why This Motorized Setup?

First off there is a dizzying array of motorized bicycles and different ways of doing it. I'm not claiming this is the best motorized bicycle but, it's better than most. The most common is the "80cc" Chinese kits that are utterly cheap and people (like me) will and have wasted time and money on them. I could go off on a tangent about them but I wont so moving on. The next one is friction drive which involves a metal rod that sits on the tire. The problem is they are useless when it rains and eats your tire alive. Then there is Staton with it's very own confusing selection of engine kits. Finally we come to the best option Golden Eagle, with it you can go three ways with the design. First is buying the kit flat out for $660 which is the quick and easy way of doing it. The second is buying their mount kit which is great if you have a mini 2 stroke or four laying around. The last one is what I did, by buying some parts from their site and building it from scratch.

Step 2: The Motor

You can use a Honda GX35 but they cost $250 brand new if you want. On this I used a Honda GX31, it's a 31cc engine, 4 stroke, quiet running engine, and about 150 mpg. Golden eagle explains why a four stroke is great to use towards the bottom of the page here. Be aware when buying a GX31 that there is a tiller version and a trimmer version both will work but the trimmer style air cleaner works the best. The engine can go up grades but can't go up anything major without pedal help (it's a 31cc engine it can't work miracles). On Golden Eagle you can get a #11 high gear for hilly terrain, #12 the all a round gear, #13 the highway gear for flat terrain. I went with the number #12. The gear size will also depend on the size of the engine you use.

Step 3: The Motor Support

The way you build the support will solely depend on the bicycle you have. It must have a solid axle no quick releases! Why? The aluminum plates get bolted right on to the axle. There needs to be at least 3 points of contact for the frame. Two of them must be on the axle and one needs to connect to the frame to prevent the engine from twisting. The supports are made out of aluminum because it is lighter and doesn't rust. You can use steel just be a little heaver and you could weld instead of bolting it up. The aluminum was cut using a simple band saw just be sure to use cutting oil. Then edges where rounded off with a sander (makes it look professional).

Step 4: Bicycle Upgrades

In this step show you how to make a bicycle ready to accept it's new motor counterpart. I am creating this because there isn't much information on the bicycle upgrades when adding a motor. More times then not the standard bicycle rim and wheels can't take the abuse. I will present the things I had to do to upgrade in a few steps so hopefully you wont make the same mistakes/discoveries as I did.

The first items to go on my Schwinn are the cheap tires. Please I beg of you!!! Go to a bicycle shop (local preferably) and get wonderful flat resistant tires they are well worth the money especially on a motorized bicycle. I got Bontrager tires and they are amazing I have never had to worry about flats. The rim had to be replace after spoke after spoke broke. Tongue twister! So I decided on a custom rim from Sugars in Portland, OR and had one handmade they even soldered the spokes. I know that sounds outrageously expensive it's not it is well worth the money considering the cost of spokes and truing the wheel. Also I have a horn for special events and or to warn cars, bikes, and pedestrians that get in my way hehehehe.

  • Bontrager flat resistant tires $45 per tire ·
  • Upgraded custom rear rim $160 ·
  • (A shout out to Sugars customs bicycle rims in Portland, OR for doing a wonderful job!) ·
  • Horn (optional) $10 to $60 ·
  • If you don't have fenders I recommend them
  • Always have a bright bicycle light front and rear!
  • A well fitting helmet it can save your life trust me on that!

Step 5: Upgraded!

Here are the upgrades on the motorized bicycle. These upgrades in my opinion are very necessary to have a reliable commuter motor bike. I've gone at least 400 miles so far without a lick of mechanical trouble. Hope this helps those of you thinking about a motorized bicycle design.

Feel welcome to comment or ask questions below

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GeorgeP70 made it! (author)2016-03-04

Why not just use a standard 50cc motorcycle engine with a gear box?

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Ghost Wolf made it! (author)Ghost Wolf2016-03-04

In Portland, OR a motor assisted bicycle can not exceed 35cc and can only have a single gear. It varies from state to state but that is the law here. Anything more and it would be illegal and you run a rist of it being impounded. Check your local laws and regulations on power assisted bicycles.

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Snidely70448 made it! (author)2014-12-02

Helmets suck. I quit riding motorcycles because of helmet laws. If you want to be safe, stay off of 2-wheelers. Not to mention that bike helmets are useless in a serious crash.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WdEoputkE98

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macpower made it! (author)macpower2015-06-10

I have long hair and after riding in Westport, CT for an hour with my helmet hanging off my elbow, I can honestly say, "helmets are a godsend if you don't want to comb out knots for 2 hours." : )

I tried - honestly, but I came up with too many ways that a helmet can help. I even picked bugs out of my teeth. I'll never go back. If I'm on 2 wheels, I wear a helmet. If I'm going over 40, I wear a full face.

And I've NEVER ridden while under the influence of anything. That's just common sense.

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David the R made it! (author)David the R2014-12-02

I always wore a helmet while riding my various motorcycles. I had my first accident after a couple of years and because I was wearing a helmet I simply walked away. Limped I guess would be more accurate. The helmet had a huge gouge down the side, I would have died instantly without it. Instead, using the helmet enabled me to have another 20 years of good times with good people on motorcycles. The statistics heavily favor wearing a helmet, without one riders often die way too young in accidents they could have easily survived.

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Snidely70448 made it! (author)Snidely704482014-12-02

There are helmet laws for the same reason there are seatbelt laws and
mandatory insurance laws and dui laws: The insurance lobby. Such laws
are couched in all sorts of good-for-you language, but the truth is that
the lobby that gets them passed is the insurance lobby. IMHO, it is
for the individual to decide such things, and not the government. But then, I'm old enough to remember when there weren't any of them.

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Ghost Wolf made it! (author)Ghost Wolf2014-12-02

The main point is that helmets are there to prevent injury. In my case I avoided a cracked skull and a concussion thanks to the humble helmet. In serous accidents sure it is questionable. Same thing with air bags, in a serous crash airbags don't always save you but it's still mandatory to have them.

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kdavey1 made it! (author)kdavey12014-12-11

Air bags saved me in a head on collision, but almost killed me with what they used to keep it from sticking to itself. Mine used talc which I'm extremely allergic to. Would've been nice if that fact was included in the owners manual.

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marcintosh made it! (author)marcintosh2014-12-07

We don't have helmet laws here in CT but then again, we call those that ride without, "Organ Donors".

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Snidely70448 made it! (author)Snidely704482014-12-07

But that is their business. I rode without a skid lid for 5 or 6 years back in the late 60's and early 70's, had a couple of mishaps and survived. It adds spice.

Nothing in life is so exhilarating as to be shot at without result.

Winston Churchill

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Ghost Wolf made it! (author)Ghost Wolf2014-12-08

As it is your business. It is your choice not using a helmet, just remember that very choice could leave you as a vegetable in a hospital or even dead. I understand that it was for the "thrills" but the point of the matter here is that life is so precious how could any normal person rationalize the shortening of their life by not wearing something as simple as... yes, a helmet or a seat belt, or not drinking and driving. Something I have learned is it is not worth the risk. I want to have a full and healthy life. I want to be able to live to see the day I graduate school, marry that special someone, and watch my children go off to college. If it means wearing a silly helmet and "playing it safe" than so be it.

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Snidely70448 made it! (author)Snidely704482014-12-08

You are still gonna die.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WdEoputkE98

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David the R made it! (author)David the R2014-12-11

Absolutely true so why rush tom the end before you've lived?

We can usually live longer and have more enjoyment from life by taking reasonable precautions. It would be foolish for me to argue that enjoying life these last 40 years thanks to a reasonable precaution rather than dying young over something as small as making my stand on over the helmet laws is somehow an affront to freedom.

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Ghost Wolf made it! (author)Ghost Wolf2014-12-08

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Ghost Wolf made it! (author)Ghost Wolf2014-12-07

Hahahahaha I love it! Here's what we call bicyclists that go the wrong way. Salmoning. Get it? Going the wrong way of river is what a salmon does.......it's an Oregon thing :P

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Jim Davidson made it! (author)Jim Davidson2014-12-03

Hey Snidely70448, I wear a Helmet when I ride, I buckle my seatbelt when I drive and I call a cab when I've been out drinking, not because it's the law, because it's just plain and simple common sense! Anyone who thinks differently must be a organ donor wannabe or a complete moron.

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David the R made it! (author)David the R2014-12-03

We have DUI laws because alcohol figures in the death and permanent injury of more people than wars. We have mandatory insurance laws so that you are financially responsible for your behavior when you total my car and are the party at fault. There were laws against causing damages and injuries to people while drunk on horseback.

There are lots of people out there, I've had relatives that would be included in that list, that would love to be essentially free of taking personal responsibility for their actions.

There is no society that has citizens without responsibilities. We can enjoy the wide span of freedoms we have, or we can complain that things like speed laws or DUI's crush our spirit.

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RichardBronosky made it! (author)RichardBronosky2014-12-02

As long as the law is going to require life saving care not be denied regardless of the fault/cause of the injury or the likelihood of the individual* paying the bill, they are also going to require doing simple things to minimize injury.

* Notice I say individual and not victim. I'm not sure who the victim is anymore.

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Ghost Wolf made it! (author)Ghost Wolf2014-12-02

When you're a college student I need a cheap form of transport. Although I would rather have a car it's much safer.

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Snidely70448 made it! (author)Snidely704482014-12-02

There are helmet laws for the same reason there are seatbelt laws and mandatory insurance laws and dui laws: The insurance lobby. Such laws are couched in all sorts of good-for-you language, but the truth is that the lobby that gets them passed is the insurance lobby. IMHO, it is for the individual to decide such things, and not the government.

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pdub77 made it! (author)pdub772014-12-07

Thanks Obama!

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leanne_martinau made it! (author)leanne_martinau2014-12-02

I use a rock climbing helmet on my pushbike

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Snidely70448 made it! (author)Snidely704482014-12-02

Keep the training wheels on do you?

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Ghost Wolf made it! (author)Ghost Wolf2014-12-02

Statistics don't lie

Source:

http://www.helmets.org/stats.htm

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Snidely70448 made it! (author)Snidely704482014-12-04

There are lies, damned lies and statistics.



Mark Twain


Read more at http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/m/marktwain128372.html#tYI4p8J4k8HZje8k.99

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Ghost Wolf made it! (author)Ghost Wolf2014-12-04

By doubting we are led to question, by questioning we arrive at the truth.

Peter Abelard

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leanne_martinau made it! (author)leanne_martinau2014-12-03

Wisely, a helmet is mandatory in Australia

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kentcampbell made it! (author)kentcampbell2014-12-02

It's not as much the serious crashes that are the issue. At low speed you could wack your head on the ground hard enough to seriously hurt yourself. Like hitting some loose gravel going around a corner (a common accident). Of course logic and motorcycles don't really mix. If it did you wouldn't see those ape hangers all over the place.

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dirty_valentine made it! (author)dirty_valentine2014-12-02

Kent is right. Look at Gary Busey. He got messed up very bad in a very low speed accident where he smacked his unprotected head on the concrete. If he had had a helmet he would have most likely walked away instead of still being messed up today. From Wikipedia:

On December 4, 1988, Busey was severely injured in a motorcycle accident in which he was not wearing a helmet. His skull was fractured, and doctors feared he suffered permanent brain damage.[16] During the filming of the second season of Celebrity Rehabin 2008, Busey was referred to psychiatrist Dr. Charles Sophy. Sophy suspected that Busey's brain injury has had a greater effect on him than realized. He described it as essentially weakening his mental "filters" and causing him to speak and act impulsively.

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DIY KING 00 made it! (author)2015-06-03

A nice and clean conversion.

Can you please tell me the gear ratio between the engine and the drive ring?

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pdomi made it! (author)2015-03-29

is that not too heavy at the back wheel? if you are cycling upwards it won't turn upside down?

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Ghost Wolf made it! (author)Ghost Wolf2015-03-31

Not really the engine itself is 16lb with the mounts it weighs 22lb about. Just like any other vehicle to steep of a hill will cause you to flip over. ATVs, motorcycles, trucks and even bicycles YouTube it.

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Stephen White made it! (author)2014-12-28

PPSS, All my insurances, including full coverage on the bike from the dealer managed to exclude medical on the driver.!! I seldom go two wheels, and then only on vacation. But I still find too much government that viciously preys on the people while charging way too much for claiming it protects from our own foolishness. And if you ride.. Decide to "Prepare to Fall". Even if only a horse or bicycle. (Strangely, they both wear helmets now. But Skateboards still do not.) I've had family on all of them and don't bug them. (Most recent accident was a retired widowed-aunt who died from a common fall on a slow ride with her horse a decade ago. Two widowers drank themselves to death. Shame they never met.)

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Stephen White made it! (author)2014-12-28

I offer my own experience in an attempt to lower the flame in the helmet law debate part of this thread. As information is the most valuable tool.

On my sober afternoon ride home from a visit to a friend on a warm July day, I got the feeling something was about to happen. So, in a country and state who's freedom currently included a hard won repeal of the helmet laws... I stopped my 200cc Honda and put on over my canvas shoes and shorts a full face helmet, full length denim pants and an insulated denim jacket. Maybe even gloves.

Now I had already twice discovered that all stability of a two wheeler is instantly defeated when traction is removed by ice, mud, dust, oil; or fuel. So I chose to give up the comfort for what little more protection I usually kept in the oversized trunk I had added after the big windshield. Long story-short. those modifications released the manufacturer from all responsibilities and altered the aerodynamics to remove stability at speeds higher than I could normally obtain.

Then the new batch of fuel slowly made it through. It was normally mixed by the pump to the legal limit of 95 octane unleaded that allowed me to reach about a 69 MPH breeze which was the whole desire. I owned no air conditioners. The fuel slowly exceeded anything I had ever seen and I discovered I had smoothly crept up to 85 where the speedometer stops reading because I suddenly could no longer steer. It wobbled in lane, across lanes then shoulder to shoulder as I slowly decreased throttle as best I could. Since the next pass would impact the trees lining this parkway and I chose to separate and achieved parallel courses for myself and vehicle just inside the lines defining the outer edges of the asphalt two-lanes. Good thing my dad had made me think about how to fall and tumble if ever I really had to. Unexpectedly, the air dismount twisted me horizontal and I used it to my advantage. I hit the pavement "springy" at an estimated 69 MPH, face forward, left side down with a slight roll forward that barley helped when the palms of my hands and balls of my feet touched launching a spin. (Springy because stiff snaps like twigs.)

I rolled out like a log over a few car lengths as the cycle fell on it's side and slid to a stop at the other line. The traffic raced in a single file between except for a single ford bronco that chose the left shoulder. I scraped the helmet only to tuck my head in as he raced by so close. Managing the shock as well as could be expected, I got up and was securing my bike on the other shoulder with all those hot clothes and the helmet. It was then I noticed the young family backed the Bronco up to help. As they gave me a ride to the Hospital I nearly fainted when their boy asked me if it hurt. I think I showed him my hands. I still thank them in prayers.

At the Hospital, the gravel and dirt in about 50 square inches of my palms, fore arms, knees and the balls of my feet had to be scrubbed out... without medication. I never let the dumpy intern with the derogatory manner touch me. Everything he said was phrased to ridicule in pain. Kept saying you guys on donor-cycles. By the time I had scrubbed out my wounds good enough I had had enough of him. Even wanted to charge me for another set of X-rays "because they must have lost them if I didn't break anything" I insisted he get them to admit such fault and get someone else to read them that could at least match them to my observable traits rather than just "loose" a similar set.

After that and about the fiftieth "donor-cycle" remark, I asked him "what the hell's with this donor-cycle stuff? He callously replied: "that's all we usually get from those accidents, a kidney here, an eye there.. the rest is usually ripped up. (Then) you're just packing for it. Didn't you know?"

Oh, I still drive a Honda without a helmet. But now it's been almost thirty years with four tires, power windows and an air conditioner. PS The helmet law was reinstated and also the seat belts are now law in all seats and probable cause in the front. It's not paranoid. We were taught common sense enough to not get run down in the streets. Now they lower your speed and the Depart of Public Works sends out tickets.

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Stephen White made it! (author)2014-12-28

I offer my own experience in an attempt to lower the flame in the helmet law debate part of this thread. As information is the most valuable tool.

On my sober afternoon ride home from a visit to a friend on a warm July day, I got the feeling something was about to happen. So, in a country and state who's freedom currently included a hard won repeal of the helmet laws... I stopped my 200cc Honda and put on over my canvas shoes and shorts a full face helmet, full length denim pants and an insulated denim jacket. Maybe even gloves.

Now I had already twice discovered that all stability of a two wheeler is instantly defeated when traction is removed by ice, mud, dust, oil; or fuel. So I chose to give up the comfort for what little more protection I usually kept in the oversized trunk I had added after the big windshield. Long story-short. those modifications released the manufacturer from all responsibilities and altered the aerodynamics to remove stability at speeds higher than I could normally obtain.

Then the new batch of fuel slowly made it through. It was normally mixed by the pump to the legal limit of 95 octane unleaded that allowed me to reach about a 69 MPH breeze which was the whole desire. I owned no air conditioners. The fuel slowly exceeded anything I had ever seen and I discovered I had smoothly crept up to 85 where the speedometer stops reading because I suddenly could no longer steer. It wobbled in lane, across lanes then shoulder to shoulder as I slowly decreased throttle as best I could. Since the next pass would impact the trees lining this parkway and I chose to separate and achieved parallel courses for myself and vehicle just inside the lines defining the outer edges of the asphalt two-lanes. Good thing my dad had made me think about how to fall and tumble if ever I really had to. Unexpectedly, the air dismount twisted me horizontal and I used it to my advantage. I hit the pavement "springy" at an estimated 69 MPH, face forward, left side down with a slight roll forward that barley helped when the palms of my hands and balls of my feet touched launching a spin. (Springy because stiff snaps like twigs.)

I rolled out like a log over a few car lengths as the cycle fell on it's side and slid to a stop at the other line. The traffic raced in a single file between except for a single ford bronco that chose the left shoulder. I scraped the helmet only to tuck my head in as he raced by so close. Managing the shock as well as could be expected, I got up and was securing my bike on the other shoulder with all those hot clothes and the helmet. It was then I noticed the young family backed the Bronco up to help. As they gave me a ride to the Hospital I nearly fainted when their boy asked me if it hurt. I think I showed him my hands. I still thank them in prayers.

At the Hospital, the gravel and dirt in about 50 square inches of my palms, fore arms, knees and the balls of my feet had to be scrubbed out... without medication. I never let the dumpy intern with the derogatory manner touch me. Everything he said was phrased to ridicule in pain. Kept saying you guys on donor-cycles. By the time I had scrubbed out my wounds good enough I had had enough of him. Even wanted to charge me for another set of X-rays "because they must have lost them if I didn't break anything" I insisted he get them to admit such fault and get someone else to read them that could at least match them to my observable traits rather than just "loose" a similar set.

After that and about the fiftieth "donor-cycle" remark, I asked him "what the hell's with this donor-cycle stuff? He callously replied: "that's all we usually get from those accidents, a kidney here, an eye there.. the rest is usually ripped up. (Then) you're just packing for it. Didn't you know?"

Oh, I still drive a Honda without a helmet. But now it's been almost thirty years with four tires, power windows and an air conditioner. PS The helmet law was reinstated and also the seat belts are now law in all seats and probable cause in the front. It's not paranoid. We were taught common sense enough to not get run down in the streets. Now they lower your speed and the Depart of Public Works sends out tickets.

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sachinkawale made it! (author)2014-12-19

I think motorized cycle are very helpful for handycaps and senior citizens . But not for young People who are gaining weight. Great Build Bro

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Ghost Wolf made it! (author)Ghost Wolf2014-12-19

I agree although I'm a young person but not over weight. This build was made for the 16 mile round trip I had to make 5 times a week. The trip got very tedious and boring especially in cold weather and rain. I was going to get a motorcycle or scooter but settled on a motorized bicycle.

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kdavey1 made it! (author)2014-12-11

People who lack common sense are a dying breed.

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Ghost Wolf made it! (author)Ghost Wolf2014-12-11

Are you sure its not the other way around?

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Jobar007 made it! (author)2014-12-01

FWIW, you are riding in thin line (get it?) here. Your motor is small enough to not be a moped but since you have a motor, you technically fall under the definition of motor-assisted scooter. You can only legally ride in a bike lane or as far right as you can get on the road if no lane is present. Helmets are required by *everyone* who rides it. Be careful. I don't want to see any of my fellow Oregonians get fines.

Good documentation by the way. Thanks for the plug about helmets at the beginning as not enough people wear them.

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Ghost Wolf made it! (author)Ghost Wolf2014-12-01

I am aware of the law, I did lots of research before making my move on it. I love how it doesn't need registration or insurance.

P.S. On the be careful part if you meant being safe well too late. Long story short I crashed my bicycle, broke a collar bone, and had thankfully had a helmet (the exact one in the beginning). I'm making an instructables on repairing the bicycle but wont be for awhile.

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Jobar007 made it! (author)Jobar0072014-12-04

I have a cousin through marriage that crashed his bike and got a serious concussion and a lot of road rash. Were it not for his helmet, he wouldn't have seen his 13th birthday.

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bigdanracer made it! (author)2014-12-03

When I was young I saw a kid riding a bike going too fast round a corner and hit a parked car , must of hit it doing maybe 10 to 15 mph rolled up on the car and rolled off it at maybe 5 mph. Hit the asphalt and smacked his head. Killed him right in front of me. Anyone that say's don't wear a helmet is brain dead all ready. I have been riding and racing bikes and motorcycles for 47 years . Don't listen to the idiot's all ways wear a helmet.

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Too Many Projects made it! (author)2014-12-02

I commented on this on another motorized bike Instructable and I'll bring it up again here. If you are going to motorize a bike, new or used, repack the wheel bearings, pedal crank bearings, fork bearings and make sure spokes are tight and wheels true. Bikes are not built for the speed or time/distance a motor will provide. Last thing anyone needs is to lose a wheel at twenty or thirty miles an hour. I've built a few of the Chinese kit bikes using Schwinn beach cruisers and have had very little in the way of problems. Naturally better components will make a better project and I always like a four stroke over a two stroke. Good luck to all who build one and thanks for taking the time to produce this Instructable.

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Ghost Wolf made it! (author)Ghost Wolf2014-12-02

That is a good point but I haven't been able to do that yet it has been on my mind.

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BR00KSM3T4L made it! (author)2014-12-02

To save a little money someone could make the drive ring out of an old scrap 20" or 24" kids bike rim with a v or flat belt. Great motor choice.

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Ghost Wolf made it! (author)Ghost Wolf2014-12-02

For sure but a toothed belt is more efficient becuase it has minimum slip compared to a v belt.

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tobyker made it! (author)2014-12-02

It would be useful to know how you attached the belt pulley to the rear wheel.

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Ghost Wolf made it! (author)Ghost Wolf2014-12-02

I have to got to school here but I'll post a picture later. It literately has 36 or 32 open slots that clip on to the spokes. It self centers and trust me that thing wont fall off. You can almost see them in this shot. I'll get an up close shot later

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Ghost Wolf made it! (author)Ghost Wolf2014-12-02

Here are the photos up close

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