Santa Cruz Scooter Works Proto-Type Full Suspension Motorized Bicycle
It's Finally Here!!! For pricing and to order one call Pipelyne Manufacturing (408) 279-2307
To see the progress of this bike being made...go visit:
Thanks for watching!
Motoped DX walk around/engine start
Walk around, engine start and closeup of Motoped. Added a Trail Tech Vapor
computer and replaced a few part's since the build video. Now use a Mikuni
VM26-606 carburetor with Uni Foam Filter and swapped the Stator/CDI/Coil.
The full playlist of all my Motoped videos is here -
How I Built My Weed Wacker Bike
its not going anymore but i will still keep it.
17.5 to 1
31cc ryobi with clutch
11 33 11 72
two stroke top speed 45kmh
ported. chainsaw carburetor
fun to ride
CR500 Moscow ride without rules and brain
Homemade 33CC Gas/Motorized Bicycle
Been working on it for past 4 days and didnt bother to film because i just
want to finish it quick. The engine was off of my POS 33CC bandit Scooter I
traded like a week ago and since it was so slow I used the engine on my old
The gear box helped alot in the build but after making this vid, the
engines head bolts got loose and died about a km from my house LOL!!
Luckily there was no major damage and only needed lock tight, new gasket
and a honing since there was some small scoring on the Exhaust side because it was running lean.
Max speed is 20MPH/30KM
Turbospoke - The Bicycle Exhaust System
Buy here: http://www.speedwaymotors.com/turbospoke,50683.html
turbospoke is a complete Exhaust system that fits to any bike and makes
it look and sound just like a real dirt bike. turbospoke is based on the old
'baseball-card-in-the-spokes' concept, brought right up to date. The
realistic engine sounds are created using long lasting plastic cards, a
clever sound chamber and an awesome megaphone Exhaust pipe which really amplifies the sound.
49cc, 2 stroke, 100km/tank of 2L, custom expansion chamber Exhaust, engine internals ported and polished,
custom carburetor, maximum speed reached 72km/h with a 150lbs rider, bike
weight 55lbs, aluminum frame, 28" wheels,
Lawn Mower Powered Bicycle
http://calpusengineering.webs.com/ I took an old school bicycle and
modified it to hold an engine. I took a two-cycle lawn mower engine and
rotated the carb to make the shaft horizontal. Then I used a belt pulley
for a manual clutch. The pulley goes to the normal bike chain which makes
it a 7-speed! I can only get it up to fourth gear then the chain falls off,
but thats around 50mph, fast enough for me on a bike. This thing runs
really well its really fun to drive. I was a junior in high school when i