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Old 08-23-2007, 04:16 PM   #21
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HARDKNOCK Mini Cycle Kit STREET Legal Free Shipping in U.S.

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HARDKNOCK Mini Cycle New bike for 2006!! The HARDKNOCK is a bobber in a traditional "old school" style featuring a springer front suspension, forward controls, jockey shift, electric start, solo seat, hydraulic disk brake, chrome plated TIG welded 4130 chrome-moly frame, and either a 49cc or 110cc 4-speed 4-stroke engine. It is significanty larger than our popular pocket bikes, sporting a 15" rear wheel and an 18" front. There is no plastic on the HARDKNOCK. It is comprised of numerous polished billet aluminum components and chrome plated alloy steel. It can be ordered in black primer or in one of our custom paint schemes. Price starts at $1,499.00 Free Shipping in U.S. Specifications:

Engine - 49cc or 110cc
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15" Rear/ 18" front wheel
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Weight- under 200 lbs.
Speed- Over 50 mph
Seat height over 24"
No Plastic Parts
$1399 + Shipping This Bike is Street Legal and is capale of speeds 27-55 MPH

This is a Kit Assemble is required

PRICE: $1,499.00
were getting one rob


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Old 08-23-2007, 04:17 PM   #22
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Saw one of these at lunch yesterday. Anybody else seen one of these? Cool little bike.

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that looks like a flyright mini from austin. they make em with 110 cc, street legal, $1.5K
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Old 08-23-2007, 04:18 PM   #24
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HARDKNOCK Mini Cycle Kit STREET Legal Free Shipping in U.S.

SKU: KHN

HARDKNOCK Mini Cycle New bike for 2006!! The HARDKNOCK is a bobber in a traditional "old school" style featuring a springer front suspension, forward controls, jockey shift, electric start, solo seat, hydraulic disk brake, chrome plated TIG welded 4130 chrome-moly frame, and either a 49cc or 110cc 4-speed 4-stroke engine. It is significanty larger than our popular pocket bikes, sporting a 15" rear wheel and an 18" front. There is no plastic on the HARDKNOCK. It is comprised of numerous polished billet aluminum components and chrome plated alloy steel. It can be ordered in black primer or in one of our custom paint schemes. Price starts at $1,499.00 Free Shipping in U.S. Specifications:

Engine - 49cc or 110cc
4-Speed 4-Stroke
Jockey shift
Forward Controls
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15" Rear/ 18" front wheel
Front Disk Brake
Springer Suspension
Weight- under 200 lbs.
Speed- Over 50 mph
Seat height over 24"
No Plastic Parts
$1399 + Shipping This Bike is Street Legal and is capale of speeds 27-55 MPH

This is a Kit Assemble is required

PRICE: $1,499.00
contact Flyright choppers in Austin, buy from them, local.
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well that settles it...I'm going to buy one...(of the bikes)

I dunno about the power plant though...might need to drop a small twin in it!
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contact Flyright choppers in Austin, buy from them, local.
Thanks Scoot, exactly the kind of info I was looking for.
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well that settles it...I'm going to buy one...(of the bikes)

I dunno about the power plant though...might need to drop a small twin in it!
I, would avoid that. This is a chromoly frame. Not sure if it could handle the stress from the extra weight.
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Thanks Scoot, exactly the kind of info I was looking for.
They had the ones they make on display at the Live Fast show 2 weeks ago, looks very similer and probably all the same kits, dunno. I just looked at the Flyrite site and didnt see 'em, but a phone call would yeild some answers. I want one too, they looked cool as can be and street legal, light enough to toss in a truck etc etc.
I do know they are good people and will stand behind anything they sell, and being in austin, somewhat local

http://www.flyritechoppers.com/
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I, would avoid that. This is a chromoly frame. Not sure if it could handle the stress from the extra weight.
good point...I'll just be careful!
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A little bigger dirt bike engine would be sweet!
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those are from the link that scoot provided
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I like the last one!!!! A LOT!!!!!!
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