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Old 03-19-09, 11:00 AM   #1
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Hello fae Scotland

Hello my names Leon im from scotland; ive never joined a chat forum b4 it looks interesting:
My bike is a 29" offroader with 2 wheel drive, a 750watt motor drives the front wheel and I drive the back
the gearing on the motor is set 4 offroad, it has 45Watts of spotlights on the front and I use it 2 get the 10 hilly miles 2 work and back - usually towing my 3 year old in a trailer. the route is used by road cyclists and my bike passes them all with ease. Offroad it goes through 2 and half foot of mud and 5 foot of water and the larger wheels and 2 wheel drive means i can cut across fields - which just bring my other bikes 2 a standstill whithin about 6 feet. I mounted the lion battery on the front so the weight wud give the front wheel more traction. the only things that beat it off roar are tractors and 4 wheel drive quads.
Has anyone out there built anything similair and what are their experiences..only
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