Re: Interesting Solex Facts

Ron Brown /
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Jimmy,

Yes you can. The Solex motor is disengaged by tilting the whole assembly up toward the handlebars until the friction drive wheel is clear of the front tire and it locks in this position.

You are then left with a single speed bicycle. I can't think of any reason why you could not use any size sprocket, or even lace a Sturmy Archer 3 speed hub into the rear wheel if you were ambitious.

Ron

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