2-STROKE 66CC/80CC MOTORIZED BIKE KIT 1.5" REAR HUB SPROCKET ADAPTER + 32T SPROCKET FOR 2-STROKE 4-STROKE ENGINE KITS
NEW 2-STROKE 66CC/80CC MOTORIZED BIKE KIT 1.5" REAR HUB SPROCKET ADAPTER + 32T SPROCKET FOR 2-STROKE ENGINE KITS!
YOU HAVE BEEN DEMANDING IT AND WE HAVE COME THROUGH!!! THE SUPER GREAT 2-STROKE 48CC/66CC/80CC MOTORIZED BICYCLE ALUMINUM HIGH QUALITY 2-STROKE 66CC/80CC MOTORIZED BIKE KIT 1" REAR HUB SPROCKET ADAPTER + 32T SPROCKET! GET IN THE RIGHT FRAME OF MIND WITH THIS SUPERB MOTORIZED BIKE 2-STROKE 66CC/80CC MOTORIZED BIKE KIT 1.5" REAR HUB SPROCKET ADAPTER + 32T SPROCKE! SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR THE WHEEL OF YOUR 2-STROKE 4 STROKE 48CC/66CC/80CC MOTORIZED BIKE!
ENJOY THE ENORMOUS ADVANTAGES!
Adapter fits any rear hub of SPOKE WHEEL BIKE with a diameter of 1.52-1.528"(FOR SPOKE WHEEL BIKE ONLY); Sprocket 32T Adapter; Used with 12G and 14G spokes； The 44T Sprocket and Adapter Assembly is a durable aluminum unit that provides fast and easy installation. Unlike the traditional sprocket clamp assembly, the Sprocket and Adapter Assembly ensures concentricity with the wheel hub by using the unique two piece adapter that wraps around the rear wheel hub and enables you to drive the entire wheel instead of applying pressure on the spokes； NOTE: The 32T Sprocket and Adapter Assembly is only compatible with the 415 Heavy Duty Chain.
WHAT WILL YOU RECEIVE:
****ONE 2-STROKE 66CC/80CC MOTORIZED BIKE 1.5" REAR HUB SPROCKET ADAPTER CNC
(BIKE AND motorized bike components sold separately.)
Upon purchase buyer agrees to the terms and conditions as stated at U-MOTO Motorized Bicycle's website and on documents enclosed in the package. Buyer rides at own risk and acknowledges the dangers of riding motorized bicycles.
WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS:
RIDING A MOTORIZED BICYCLE CAN BE DANGEROUS AND HAS THE POTENTIAL TO CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY AND EVEN DEATH. AN OPERATOR OF GORILLA GASKBIKE MOTORIZED BICYCLES, PRODUCTS, AND SERVICES INSTALL/ASSEMBLE/RIDE AT HIS/HER OWN RISK. AS THE PURCHASER YOU UNDERSTAND AND ACCEPT ALL AND ANY SEEABLE AND UNFORESEEABLE RISKS BASED ON MAINTENANCE, STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY, OPERATION, WEATHER, ROAD CONDITIONS, TRAFFIC, ETC. IT IS STRONGLY ENCOURAGED THAT A TRAINED MECHANIC INSPECT ALL ASPECTS OF THE MOTORIZED BICYCLE BEFORE RIDING TO CONFIRM SUITABILITY. CUSTOMERS WHO ARE NOT MECHANICALLY INCLINED OR UNFAMILIAR WITH MOTORIZED BICYCLES ARE STRONGLY ADVISED TO SEEK HELP BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO MAINTAIN, FIX, OR INSTALL ANY ASPECT OF A MOTORIZED BICYCLE.
NOTE: IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE BUYER TO PROPERLY REINFORCE AND ATTACH ANY ADDED FENDERS BEFORE RIDING. THIS INCLUDES THE ADDITION OF HEAVY-DUTY STRAPS, SUPPORT SCREWS, THREAD LOCK, AND PRESSURE-DISTRIBUTING WASHERS. FENDERS THAT ARE NOT PROPERLY REINFORCED CAN BREAK AT THE CONNECTIONS AND FALL INTO THE WHEELS. THIS CAN LEAD TO SERIOUS ACCIDENTS, INJURIES AND EVEN DEATH.
IT IS STRONGLY ADVISED THAT CUSTOMERS WHO WANT TO FULLY REMOVE THIS RISK OF POTENTIAL DANGER RIDE THE MOTORIZED BICYCLE WITHOUT THE USE OF FENDERS.
WHEN OPERATING A MOTORIZED BICYCLE ALWAYS:
Use front and rear lights when riding at night.
Wear a properly-mounted and fastened bicycle or motorcycle helmet.
Wear bright and conspicuously-colored clothing.
Wear gloves, pants, and closed-toed shoes.
Travel at the lowest speed possible (NO MORE THAN 10-15 MPH) to avoid serious accidents, injuries and death.
Obey all state and city traffic laws, ordinances and, speed limits on and off the road.
Practice riding the motorized bicycle in an open area free from traffic to become familiar with motorized riding.
Plan out and use a safe route to ride where traffic is at a minimum.
Be aware of the traffic while riding on the road and use caution especially when merging, making left turns, and moving through intersections.
Inspect the motorized bicycle before riding and make any necessary adjustments and/ or repairs.
Maintain the motorized bicycle on a regular basis to ensure its integrity and proper functionality.
Use caution when dealing with gasoline. It is volatile, flammable and combustible. Do not smoke when operating a motorized bicycle.