Old 01-27-21, 07:07 AM
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Pop N Wood
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Bikes: 1982 Bianchi Sport SX, Rayleigh Tamland 1, Rans V-Rex recumbent, Fuji MTB, 80's Cannondale MTB with BBSHD ebike motor

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Starting with the bike you already own is a good place. Hub drive kits can be had for under $500. I put a $1500 mid drive kit on an old Cannondale mountain bike. Shifts, pedals and rides like a normal bike when unpowered, but can either go all day or flat out fly as desired.

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