How to Build a Motorized Bicycle - Part 1
Be sure to watch Part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dPGx9Um6DP8 and Part
Would you like to get 120 mpg? If you've got an old bicycle, $130 and some
free time then you can build a motorized bicycle for those trips to the
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Almost free weed wacker bike in action!
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http://youtu.be/wJTHeBmZWiY =make your own for almost nothing!!!!!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L5jb6KGlnlc =this bike racing my scopion
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
How to convert a Razor Dune Buggy electric go kart to a Razor weed wacker go kart
Successful early 2012 spring project-- converted a razor dune buggy
electric powered go kart to a weed wacker go kart. Powered by Homelite
26ss weed wacker, this small little razor go-kart now goes FAST. No need
to waiting for battery re-charge per use, just add gasoline!
Next potential project -- convert a chevrolet volt back to gasoline
powered car. :-)
WEEDEATER BIKE MODDED MUFFLER FIRST START
after waiting till the next morning i fired it up. first time i tried i was
holding the camera in my other hand, the bike slipped, and my finger got
caught in the flywheel or something. nothing major. we finished the
How to build a weed eater bike(unique way of putting a sprocket on the rear wheel)
how to put a sprocket on the rear wheel of mountain bike or any bike
really.sorry about the crappy video and audio quality but my computers been
giving me some troubles.like i say in the video the first thing you need to
do to put a sprocket on the back wheel(the way i did it)is a second
mountain bike or at least the crank sprockets out of a parts bike.you need
to cut them off of the pedal assembly and then cut the rivets that hold
them together.after that is done you need to cut a piece out of the
smallest sprocket so it will fit over the axle of the wheel.use thick
rubber between the bigger outside sprockets and the spokes and the same
with the smaller sprocket.bot the whole thing together,but be careful not
to over-tighten the bolts cause these sprockets bend very easy.