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German WW2 style moped

Article about: For a few years now ive wanted to make a motorized bicycle. I thought it would be a fun way to commute to the store and back while at my family's vacation property. So a few months ago I fou

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    German WW2 style moped

    Just to show other people what i mean!

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    Certainly is a conversation starter, fingers crossed some of those casual talks lead to additions to the collection. I like it.

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    What a great little bike. What's it like over sand?

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    Love it Jarret! Not only does it look cool, but it must have been fun to build as well.
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    That is a really great project Jarret and i'm impressed with how it has turned out - I can imagine it was quite challenging but you have really nailed it.
    40mph though - don't you need to register it as a motorcycle? Or are the laws based on the engine size?
    nick

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    Quote by Anderson View Post
    What a great little bike. What's it like over sand?
    Thanks Anderson! I haven't been able to try it on sand yet, but I am very curious on how it will preform in those conditions. A friend of mine has some beach front property. I may bring the bike with me the next time im over for a visit.

    Best regards- Jarret

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    Quote by HoundsTooth View Post
    That is a really great project Jarret and i'm impressed with how it has turned out - I can imagine it was quite challenging but you have really nailed it.
    40mph though - don't you need to register it as a motorcycle? Or are the laws based on the engine size?
    nick
    I greatly appreciate the support HoundsTooth! Unfortunately I haven't read up on the laws covering these types of things yet. But I do believe you are right. If your vehicle goes over a certain speed it has to be registered. I think this bike exceeds the speed limit for no registration. This is definitely something I need to look into soon. On the upside the test drives I preformed were on private property.

    Best regards- Jarret

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    Fabulous job, Jarret!
    The bow-frame shape has a real period look to it and I’m sure you could easily (were you so unscrupulously inclined), pass it off as a ‘restoration’, rather than a modification!

    Absolutely wonderful!

    Well done and thanks for the grin!

    All the very best,
    Bob

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