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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-06-2006, 10:56 PM Thread Starter
 
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Would a minibike be worth it?

1 week away for fork service/repair/upgrade is killing me!!!
I think I'm gonna grab a small bike to play around on.
For my down times in the future. Or when everyone isn't riding.


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GS-57B
CALIFORNIA OFF-Highway EPA APPROVED
4-stroke 110cc engine
4 manual gears w/clutch
$600 Local pickup
$700 Free ground shipping
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GS-57B

110 cc Engine Single cylinder w/CLUTCH, four stroke, air cooled
Manual Clutch 4 speed transmission
OEM Engine
Keyed Electric & kick start
Sport Tuned Suspension
Head Light
Speedometer/Gear Indicator, Battery Guage/Backlight Instrument Cluster
6" Front & Rear Vented Hydraulic Disc Brakes
Rated power:2.5 kw/8500 rpm
149 pounds of Bike
Weight capacity: 300 lbs.
Max speed: 60+
Clutch: 4 speed manual
Wheel size: Front-90/65-10
Rear-145/50-10
56.5" length x 16" Width x 32.5" Height
Seat Height 25"
Ground Clearance 5.9in
Gas tank capacity: 1.8 Li
Package size: 58.7 x 17.9 x 33.9 inches
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It's worth it if you want it.

If you buy it,we will need vids of the rides.

Why do the vendors want us to buy there stuff when they never have it in stock?
:book1: One thing leads to another and the next thing you know,your bike is a piece of neglected junk. :book1:
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AFTER I see the bill for my forks.
If I do end up getting it, I'm gonna sneak it to the twisties, lol!
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I have a vid of some pocket bikes at the gap.......it's cool.

Why do the vendors want us to buy there stuff when they never have it in stock?
:book1: One thing leads to another and the next thing you know,your bike is a piece of neglected junk. :book1:
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