Motorized Beach Cruiser 66cc
This is my GRUBEE Skyhawk 66cc motorized beach cruiser. It took 10 hours to
build. It tore up my rear wheel hub within 2 weeks. The replacement wheel
took me a few hours to put on.
It goes about 25 mph, but vibrates horribly. It comfortably goes about 15
Edit: Clocked it. My speed guesses were way off. It goes 30 comfortably...
topped it at 35 downhill.
And to those asking how I'm filming, the camera is a GoPro with a chest
Edit: for Anthony: http://youtu.be/x1wTLS5Cof4
48cc Motored Bicycle.
48cc Grubee "SkyHawk GT2" 1.95hp 2 stroke motor. on a Schwinn cruiser style
bicycle. Similar to a moped. Pedal, release clutch lever, use throttle.
Clutch in when applying the brakes or coasting downhill.. Does 30-35mph.
The engine does not fully warm up by the time the video ends. Always wear
your helmet kids!
Steve Reichert's motorized 4 stroke bicycle --- HD
This is a video I put together of my uncle Steve Reichert's Motorized
Bicycle project that he has been working on for the last few years. Most of
the mechanical systems were designed fabricated by Steve.
Also for those who want to learn more about the bike I just add a new video
where Steve spends some time on the details of his creation at the link
I'll post more details as he give them to me but here are some of the
Over head camshaft 1 cylinder Honda for 4 stroke.
Spooky Tooth Honda Nomad Motorized Bicycle Adventure
2 awesome girls take a 1000 mile trip around Arizona for Spooky Tooth
Cycles of Bisbee AZ. This eye opening adventure is the launch of the new
Spooky Tooth Nomad motorized bicycles powered by Honda 4 cycle engines and
the new 4G timing belt transfer case. visit spookytoothcycles.com for more