Re: how does it work?

XBrandon EdgeX /
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Most mopeds can be ridden as a bicycle or a motorcycle. On most mopeds, you can pedal all you want and then when you want the engine to start, you pull a lever that causes the turning of the rear wheel to turn the engine and start it. Some of them you can pedal slowly, but as soon as the pedals get to a certain speed, it starts the engine, so if you want the engine to stay off, you have to pedal about 3-5 miles per hour. That's how the vespa's are. Then, some tomos mopeds start when pedaled backwards, but ride like a bicyle otherwise.

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  how does it work?Topic by: Dimitris Dimitris 07/25/01 12:14AM
  Re: how does it work?Re: XBrandon EdgeX XBrandon EdgeX 07/25/01 12:22AM
  Re: how does it work?Re: Dimitris Dimitris 07/25/01 04:17AM
  Re: how does it work?Re: Brian Brian 07/25/01 04:28AM
  Re: how does it work?Re: Ron Brown Ron Brown 07/25/01 10:50AM
  Re: how does it work?Re: Peggy Peggy 07/25/01 02:13PM
  Re: how does it work?Re: Mike Mike 07/26/01 01:05AM
  Re: how does it work?Re: Ron Brown Ron Brown 07/26/01 01:21PM
  Re: how does it work?Re: Shmiver Shmiver 07/26/01 01:33PM
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