MOTORIZED BICYCLES:The Skyhawk Stage II Whopper Stopper posted by: JDuck on 2/23/2008 at 8:59:54 AM
Does anyone have any experience with The Skyhawk Stage II Whopper Stopper 49cc four stroke engine kit? If not this kit, do you know about something similar that is good?
Thanks
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MOTORIZED BICYCLES:Saginaw motorbike posted by: kregg on 2/11/2008 at 1:18:34 PM
I just bought one of these motorized bicycles, it has no motor, but is nearly complete otherwise. If you have gathered any information on it, could you send it my way.
Thank you,
Kregg Potter

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MOTORIZED BICYCLES:Assistance posted by: Don Wilson on 2/8/2008 at 7:21:08 AM
If possible can some one please give me some guidance on where I even start with this I am the owner of a 1956 Hercules motor Cycle with a power pak engine on the rear wheel it is in working order but the throttle cable and the mechanism on the handlebar to operate this requires repair.

I have tried every where but most people when I ask have never seen nor heard of the cycle with a power pak engine on it before.

Can some one please give me some guidance where I should go or even look for spare parts for this.

I am keen to restore it back to its original condition please find attached a photograph of the cycle


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   RE:MOTORIZED BICYCLES:Assistance posted by Steve on 3/10/2008 at 4:28:07 PM
There is a group of old " Cyclemotor"[ bicycles with motors ] enthusiasts. This is a link to their U.K. site. Search thru their site.
http://www.thebuzzingclub.co.uk/index2.html
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   RE:MOTORIZED BICYCLES:Assistance posted by Steve on 3/10/2008 at 4:36:16 PM
I couldn't open your pix, but you probably have one like on the bottom of this one.
http://www.magic-wheelers.org.uk/images.htm
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   RE:MOTORIZED BICYCLES:Assistance posted by John Howes on 3/30/2008 at 1:49:52 PM
The throttle cables , 2 of them , on one lever housing , a decompressor and a throttle , pedal and get up speed with the decrompressor open , then open the throttle thus closing te decompressor and the engine should fire and away you go , couldnt be simpler.
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MOTORIZED BICYCLES:The Raleigh posted by: gordon ogilvie on 12/30/2007 at 4:57:30 AM
Hi i have got an old raleigh the last time it was used was in 1966 the way i know this is because the origonal roadtax is still on the bicycle it is grey in colour i have the frame no engine no but cant find anything about it i even have the number plate but im told from swansea that there records dont go back that far it has a small one cylinder engine that is attached near the pedals the petrol tank fits between the two bars beetween your legs on the side of the engine there is a crome plate that covers the mag that says sturmey archer could any one help me find parts
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