Bicycles

Custom Motorized Bicycles, Sales, Repair, Parts, Bicycle Engine Kits, California, Los Angeles, Venice, Santa Monica

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We specialize in building the highest quality custom made Motorized Bicycles anywhere!

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Our bikes are 100% street legal,
& can go well over 40 MPH while getting up to 80 MPG.

We have a nice selection of reliable motored bicycles that are in stock & ready to purchase today!

With todays high gas prices, motorized bicycles are a very smart choice for easy economical transportation.

Vintage Schwinn bicycles have become the ‘Harley Davidson’ of the bicycle world,
& we feel these make the best (& coolest) motorbikes around.
Not only do we use vintage Schwinn bicycles, but we also build our motorbikes from many other
top quality names such as Felt, Dyno, Nirve,

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Bicycles – iFixit

The ancestor of the modern bicycle was called the “Dandy Horse” when it was first introduced to the world in 1817. In the past 200 years, bicycles have developed from wooden-framed push carts to mechanically-driven, carbon fiber machines.

Modern bikes come in many different shapes and sizes and each type has a unique use. There are leisure bikes, sport bikes, commuter bikes, tandem bikes, bikes with three wheels (trikes), recumbent bikes, and many other combinations of chains, wheels, gears, brakes, and pedals.

Identifying the type of bicycle you have can be a difficult task. If it has two wheels, an upright seat, a pair of handlebars and pedals, it is probably either a mountain bike, a road bike, a sport bike, or a special combination of the three. Mountain bikes generally have larger, heavier frames with wide, knobby tires. Road bikes have smooth skinny tires and very light and stiff

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Turbo Bob’s Bicycle Blog | Bicycles, Vintage Bicycles, E-Bicycles, Folding Bicycles, Bicycle Riding, Bicycle Videos

Scoozy 250 SS E-bike—Sensible Simplicity.

Sleek and smooth, yet brightly colored, this Scoozy 250 SS was a great riding friend.

I considered titling this post “Urban Warrior”, as that is really the inspiration for this bike. It is designed to be a lightweight E-bike to take on the city and some of their tight legal regs for E-bikes. At under 40 lbs., and with great agility and strength, it seems to be the perfect bike for that purpose. It is a true pedelec (no throttle), which helps to further its intended goal for riders in those afflicted areas where E-bikes might not be as welcome as others. Plus it is fairly stealthy too. Maybe off track a bit, yet I think messenger bike with benefits could be envisioned as you ride.

Simple is as simple does. If you have looked around, you know most E-bikes are not this easy going

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Reviews of the Best Touring Bicycles

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When it comes to buying a touring bicycle, most local bike shops will have only one or two models on the floor, if any. It isn’t that they don’t want to sell a high-quality touring bicycle, it is more an issue of economics and what price range the average person comes in the store to buy.

If you go into a local bike store, the price of most bicycles will start around $300 and go to over $1,500 for higher-end racing bicycles and mountain bikes. Most of the bicycles you will see will be in the $500 to $600 range. Unfortunately, a new, high-quality touring bicycle will usually have a price tag of $1,000 or more. And many of the expedition bicycles that can handle almost any touring terrain will start at $2,000 and go up from there.

When considering a new touring bicycle, I use the following selection criteria:

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