Mini Bike Mayhem! Taco Mini Bikes Custom HOT ROD Bike! HOT ROD Unlimited Ep. 46
On this episode of HOT ROD Unlimited, Joe Rivello of Taco Mini Bikes builds
HOT ROD magazine a custom mini bike based off their traditional style
bikes. We also visit Joe Sebergandio, founder of Joe's Mini Bike Reunion
which hosts thousands of old, new and extreme mini bikes from all over the
country. Watch David Freiburger rip the custom HOT ROD mini bike and learn
about how connected hot rodding is with mini bike culture.
HOT ROD Unlimited appears every other Friday on the Motor Trend channel.
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WEST COAST MINI DRAG BIKES Pt. 3 "Lifestyle"
Video Montage of West Coast Mini Drag Bike scene. Mini Drag Bike Racers
come from all over the West Coast. From Bakersfield, San Fernando Valley,
Pasadena, Los Angeles, Watts to Long Beach. Shows the Mini Drag Bikes, the
motors, people and lifestyle of the Mini Drag Bike scene.
Turbo Diesel Mini Bike
Start at 2:13 to skip the intro, or click here for a helmet-cam ride:
This is an idea I've had since I was a kid, and after watching Mike Cberts
Diesel mini bike video I was inspired to put together my own! The frame
has been around since I was 4 years old! At that point it was powered by a
3 hp Briggs and Stratton and is a Fox corporation, Trail Bug probably from
the 60's or early 70's. The engine is a copy of a 10 hp Yanmar single
cylinder Diesel engine and the turbo is
similar to the one on my Honda CX-500 turbo motorcycle. The engine runs at 3,600 rpm
max and top speed so far is 39.3 mph.
Here's a description of 2 stroke & 4 stroke Diesel engines:
MINI DRAG BIKE "X-CON"
Build up from start to finish. Mid 1960's Rupp Continental
Fabrication Work by Frank @ F&B Mini Bikes
Engine Work by SoloCali @ F&B Mini Bikes
Design and Assembly by Goose @ F&B Mini Bikes
Thanks to Tim @ smallenginecams.com for all the help and parts.