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    Bad Ass Black Motorized Chopper Bike $800.00 … 29″ Wheels and extreme ape hangers. Shown w/ OPTIONAL High performance motor with hi-comp head, ported cylinder, jaguar CDI and expansion chamber $1500.00

  • Below is our Base Model Motorized Bike. $450. It is built on a brand new beach cruiser. You have the 2 stroke motor. The bike is sturdy, fun and will go 25 -30mph.

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    When he first saw the he knew he’d found his project chassis, he ordered a 26 inch model and set about acquiring an engine, transmission, fuel tank and new saddle. He opted for a 49cc Huasheng 142F four-stroke engine capable of 2.4hp, he then matched that to an EZ Motorbike Q-Matic single-speed gearbox with a centrifugal clutch, he then added a set of Felt Racing “Abraham Linkage” springer forks, a Sturmey Archer X-FD 70mm front drum brake, vintage replica “Jackhammer” throttle/grips, vintage replica quill pedals, a beautiful Brooks B67 sprung leather saddle, a drilled 56-tooth aluminum drive sprocket for #41 motorcycle chain and a four-litre fuel tank.

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