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Bike With Gas Motor
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bike with gas motor - Currie EZip
Currie EZip Eco Ride Electric Bike
Bicycles are a terrific mode of transportation, but sometimes you just need a little extra push while getting around town. Enter the eZip Eco Ride electric comfort bike, which is equipped with a 450-watt DC earth magnet motor and a 24-volt Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery. Far cleaner than gas-powered scooters but zippier than a traditional bike, the Coastline will get you from point A to B in no time at all, but won't guzzle gas or belch pollutants in the process. The battery offers a range of 15 to 22 miles per charge, so you can make it back and forth to the grocery store several times without running low on power. And once you're on the road, the Eco Ride boasts a top speed of 15 miles per hour (contingent on the rider weight)--plenty fast enough for most bike-friendly city streets. Is your work commute too far to walk but close enough that a car seems wasteful? Turn to the Eco Ride, which comes with a rear rack to carry groceries and other gear.
Bicycles are a terrific mode of transportation, but sometimes you just need a little extra push while getting around town. Enter the EZip EcoRide electric bike, which is equipped with a 250-watt DC Earth magnet motor and a removable lithium-ion battery pack. Far cleaner than gas-powered scooters but zippier than a traditional bike, the EcoRide will get you from point A to B in no time at all, but won't guzzle gas or belch pollutants in the process. The battery offers a range of up to 15 to 22 miles per charge, so you can make it back and forth to the grocery store multiple times without running low on power. And once you're on the road, the EcoRide boasts a top speed of 15 miles per hour (contingent on rider weight)--plenty fast enough for most bike-friendly city streets. Is the market too far to walk but close enough that a car seems wasteful? Turn to the EcoRide, which comes with a rack on the back to carry groceries or other gear.
The EcoRide is powered by both the electric motor and good old-fashioned foot power, with an easy-to-use TAG-PAS pedal assist system helping propel you forward. The TAG-PAS system allows you to power the bike without pedaling at all, or you can use your legs to significantly increase your range and vary your speed. As a result, you can get as much or as little exercise as you desire (in hilly terrain, pedaling may be required). The bike is also extremely comfortable, with a suspension fork, suspension seat post, and comfortable saddle to soak up the bumps. Plus, recharging the battery couldn't be easier. Just park and lock the bike and carry the battery pack indoors. Other features include wide comfort street tires, alloy linear pull brakes, and SRAM grip shifters.
The EcoRide's electric motor and pedal assist system help propel riders forward.
Motor: 250-watts DC Brushed Earth magnet motor
Battery: Lithium-ion, rack-top-mounted, 24-volt/10 Ah pack, 3.7-volt (7) rechargeable cells, advanced BMS
Charge system: UL-listed lithium-ion Smart Charger with LED status display
Top speed: 15 miles per hour (contingent on rider weight, rider input, and terrain)
Range: 15 to 22 miles with normal pedaling (contingent on rider weight, rider input, and terrain)
Drive: Patented Currie Electro-Drive system, Shimano Altus rear derailleur, SRAM grip shift, Shimano 7-speed freewheel
Brakes: Alloy linear pull brakes with alloy brake inhibit levers
Wheels: Alloy front QR hub, alloy 26-inch rims
Tires: Currie Comfort tires, 26 x 2.0 inches
Handlebars: Low-rise bar and alloy adjustable angle stem
Fork: Suspension with fender eyelets
User controls: On/off switch, easy-access charger port in removable battery pack, twist throttle with PAS function and battery gauge
Saddle: Comfort design, alloy micro-adjust suspension seatpost
Frame: Exclusive Currie aluminum, bottle bosses, fender and rack mounts
Crank and pedals: Alloy 44T crankset, double chainguard, resin dual-sided pedals
Size: Low step thru (unisex)
Rider age: Young adult to adult
Weight limit: 240 pounds
Weight: 54 pounds
Warranty: 1 year
About Currie Technologies
Dr. Malcolm Currie, the former chairman of Hughes Aircraft and Delco Electronics, founded Currie Technologies Inc. in 1997 based on his conviction that someday, in the near future, hybrid and electric vehicles would become increasingly important for fundamental economic and environmental reasons. Ten years of sustained experience makes Currie Technologies an acknowledged leader in the business. Its battery technologies include everything from sealed lead acid to nickel metal hydride to the newest and lightest weight lithium-ion battery systems. Currie Technologies utilizes its own factory and design team, who work in conjunction with an international research team to constantly create new designs and respond to market needs.
KDX 400 parts bike with running motor
This is a KDX 400 parts bike I picked up a month ago.Only thing not shown is the cracked front rim,tank an seat,other then that this is exactly the way I got it.It was sitting on the floor,and the guy actually started it for me before I loaded it. I figured someone tried to jump the Grand Canyon on this thing and shattered the back rim.The front rim is cracked in 8 places,and is going to end up being an extra hub/brake.This bike has gas shocks I'll put on my 79. I really needed the kicker for the 79,and also the pipe with good flanges,but someone welded on an aftermarket silencer.Still havent figured out what to do with it yet.Kicker was in perfect shape.Motor is tight,and has monster compression,and will be a good spare,or maybe I can sell it.
Earning Good Karma
On our way to Mexico we stopped to help people with broken bikes—one with a broken starter and another with a broken gas tank mount—and we even helped some old folks with a broken a motor home—it wouldn't start. All within the first 200 miles from home (Lake Havasu City, Arizona). Ah, it's nice to be on vacation and take a break from fixing stuff! Twisted Metal Cycle Shop 1849 W Acoma Boulevard, Suite 100 Lake Havasu City, Arizona 86403 (928) 453-4742 20091102_0024a1_800x600
bike with gas motor
The Sport Go-Ped® is the Original California Go-Ped® Scooter, which inspired the design and engineering of all Go-Ped® Scooters. Strong, Durable and highly Reliable, this all American Classic, is now its second decade of production and is the World's most popular scooter. Its versatility appeals to commuters and fun lovers of all ages.
The Go-Ped GSR Sport combines the powerful GSR40 style chain drive system and the versatility of the original Sport Go-Ped. The gas-powered scooter is equipped with the fuel-efficient and quiet GPL290 engine, which provides a smooth acceleration to reach speeds above 21 miles per hour in stock configuration.
The GSR Sport's patented extra-light heavy-duty frame, cantilevered fork, and gas tank coupled with a heavy-duty rear axle, unbreakable fender, and Go-Ped folding feature make it the ideal Go-Ped machine for cruisers and racers alike.
The gas-powered Go-Ped GSR Sport city scooter.
Engine: 29cc two-stroke 50:1 oil ratio
Maximum speed: 20 MPH
Fuel capacity: 1 liter
Estimated fuel economy: 100 MPG
Transmission: Chain drive with centrifugal clutch
Frame: 4130 chromyl
Fork: 4130 chromyl
Handlebars: 6061 T6 aircraft-grade aluminum
Wheel Type: 6" Solid Go-Active Rubber replaceable tire
Front brake: Wheel Caliper
Dimensions, unfolded: 36 x 14 x 42 inches (L x W x H)
Dimensions, folded: 36 x 14 x 14 inches (L x W x H)
Weight: 24 pounds
Maximum load: 400 pounds
Lifetime warranty on the frame and fork
The Go-Ped Story
Beginning in 1985, Steve Patmont, his wife Hannelore, and two sons Gabe and Tim launched Patmont Motor Werks, creators of the Go-Ped Brand of original folding motorized scooters. They began by building Go-Peds in their Pleasanton California garage for friends and family that just had to have one and it blossomed from there. Knowing the market opportunities were endless for their fun and safe, carefree design, the Patmont family secured a patent and began shopping their invention around to purveyors of yachts and personal aircraft as a light and portable alternative transportation device to extend transportation choices for various commuting and recreation uses.
The Patmont family introduced the patented Cantilevered Independent Dynamic Linkless Indispension (C.I.D.L.I.) in 2005. This revolutionary yet simple and extremely effective suspension system redefined the portable transportation market once again. Off-road enthusiasts and those simply wishing for a more comfortable ride can also experience the amazing benefits of these practical and portable Gopeds.
Today Patmont Motor Werks is the world leader in personal transportation and proudly produces the world's finest portable transportation devices out of it's "enlarged garage," a 70,000 square foot state-of-the-art production facility in Minden, Nevada. The Patmont family has kept PMW strong by constantly innovating new and improved products. In addition to an excellent selection of scooters and carts, the introduction of the ESR750 pure electric GoPed scooter line in 2003 offers a zero emission, transportation device for those wishing to reduce climate change, their carbon footprint, beat the rising prices of fossil fuel, and foreign oil dependence.