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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 05-18-2003, 12:44 PM Thread Starter
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Pocket Bikes????

Does anyone have one and where is a good place to ride them up here????

Im getting ready to get one and dont wanna be the only one looking like a tard on a little bike.....

This is the one im getting: GRC GP. This is and aluminum framed bike built like a brick shithouse. Air or water cooled. 40cc in red, yellow, or black

Now I just gotta make a choice in colors????? Im kinda liking the yellow one....








Im maybe thinking of going to some Richy Rich golf course housing addition and ripping up the trails

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post #2 of 18 (permalink) Old 05-18-2003, 01:02 PM Thread Starter
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Although they do have some kick ass Replica's!!!!!!

This one is my fav



The rest......







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Talk to Phil Caudill at www.moto-heaven.com his # is Cell: 484-951-3128.
He sells pocket bikes ( and many other items) at very good prices. He is the third ( and right now fastest ) rider on our team. He is in Penn. but I could have him bring it to the next race and I could bring it back for you.
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Ya gotta take into consideration my size

Im 6'3" and 300lbs what kinda prices we looking at. The one above is the one that I was told would be best for me...

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Give Phil a call, he can provide all the details for ya.
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YOU on a pocket bike?

PALEEZE........I think they may have a weight restriction.

Just kidding.. I do like the pocket bikes as well.

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I think I would be better on the pocket bike than the Godfather, because I am only 5'1 & 92 lbs. LOL. Just kidding Godfather.
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i looked ito these the 6'6" didnt bother me much its the weight limit of 273 or so that did. but I lost some of my winter fat. i'd love to try one of these sometime.

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but I lost some of my winter fat. i'd love to try one of these sometime.
Coulda fooled me

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i don't really know anyone with a pocket bike, but i sure know alot of guys with xr50s. those are fun too, and i know you can build them up for bigger guys!
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Manufacturers suggested weight limit is 250, and that is across the board. I have emailed GF some pics, and will post one here, so you can see the construction of this bike. It's built like a tank, so I have no worries other than one of you is going to have to help pry it from the crack of his ass. LOL.

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Here is a naked pic of the bike GF is looking at.

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Manufacturers suggested weight limit is 250, and that is across the board. I have emailed GF some pics, and will post one here, so you can see the construction of this bike. It's built like a tank, so I have no worries other than one of you is going to have to help pry it from the crack of his ass. LOL.

I am not going to pry it from no where, He will be on his own. LOL
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At least hand him a spatula will ya?!

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The Shell rep. is sweet looking. Can't they upgrade the sus.?
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There is no suspension. You can make changes in tire pressure, but that's all there is.

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It's built like a tank, so I have no worries other than one of you is going to have to help pry it from the crack of his ass. LOL.
Hey, your treding on thin ice there honkey

ya think I can get some free bulls balls to hang from the rear too

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