Anonymous asked: where can I learn motor-bicycle construction? I'm wondering how you did because, all of these builds are very nice.
Very good question thanks for asking.
I think I can sum it up in a few easy steps.
2.Research!!! I can’t stress this enough. This is key to making a good looking bike.
3. If you have no mechanical skill or very little, start with a 50cc kit engine.
4. Once you have the basics of mechanics buy your self a cheap 90amp welder and practice practice practice, watch lots of how to videos on youtube and talk to people with more knowledge.
I hope this helped and I wish you the best of luck.
Anonymous asked: Did you ever get the bike registered?
No, for a few reasons.
1. The city I live in has deadly potholes, Im talking pot holes that are 3’ wide and 6” deep. On a bike with no suspension I could seriously hurt myself.
2. The brakes on my v-twin bike are less than great, I think some better pads would solve that problem but I have yet to get some. This is one of the issues I would like to fix in the near future.
3. I am deathly afraid to ride in the city. I almost get hit on a daily basis when I’m in my car. Being on such a small bike I stand a very slim chance of being seen beyond parked cars and blind corners.
I would eventually like to move to an area that would allow me the ability to enjoy my creations a little more.
Thanks for the question, and be safe out there.
I have been kicking this idea around for sometime now and I finally got around to sketching it out. This is basically my idea of what a car should be…. simple, fun, and cheap. The chassis will weigh under 400lbs and it will be powered by either a 650cc, 750cc, or 1000cc motorcycle engine depending upon whatever is available in my price range.
Anonymous asked: Where are you located?