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Brand / Company: Motopeds
Product / Service: Motoped
Price: $1,000 USD

Love to mountain bike? But, hate to peddle?

Motorized bicycles have been around for a long time, but it isn't often that they're as cool as the off-road-oriented contraption called the Motoped. Motopeds of Santa Cruz, California, has developed a frame kit that will transform your bike into this mountain bike/moto hybrid.

Think mountain bike and a small four-stroke engine from a Honda CRF50, all tied together by a custom spine. The frame kit (including swingarm) will accept a wide range of Honda and Chinese knock-off engines ranging in displacement from 49 to 155cc.

All you need to bring to the project are a Honda 50-190cc motor, gas tank, seat, and a couple other parts, along with forks, brakes, wheels, tires, cranks, and pedals from a mountain bike. The kit comes with everything else: frame, swing arm, jack shaft, bottom bracket, rear hub, sprockets, and exhaust.

Being able to ride quietly on the sidewalk, switch on the four-stroke Honda engine, then pretend you're Ricky Carmichael for the rest of the way home sounds like great fun to us,

Motoped, Motopeds, Moped, Honda CRF50, Motorized bicycles, Mountain bike, Honda CRF50
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Bob Stevens
Boston, MA, US
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