CAN A MOPED ENGINE AND PARTS BE PUT ONTO A BICYCLE?

Hi I am new to mopeds but i understand how they work. I want to put my moped's motor and other parts(turn signals,headlight light, etc.) onto my bicycle so that it would work and run as a motorized bike. I would just figure it out on my own but I don't want to take it apart and then not be able to do it or put it back together because it is my only source of transportation. if anyone has done this or knows that it can be done, i would appreciate your feedback. also if anyone could provide instructions or a video on how to do this that would be great.

Re: CAN A MOPED ENGINE AND PARTS BE PUT ONTO A BICYCLE?

A Negative reality inversion.

Re: CAN A MOPED ENGINE AND PARTS BE PUT ONTO A BICYCLE?

Dirty30 Dillon /

You have a scooter

Re: CAN A MOPED ENGINE AND PARTS BE PUT ONTO A BICYCLE?

Anything is possible. That said, it'll usually be better to use a factory moped/scooter frame since it's designed for the parts, is strong, has a vin number, and has geometry designed for a higher top speed.

Re: CAN A MOPED ENGINE AND PARTS BE PUT ONTO A BICYCLE?

oh fuck me... i'm trying hard not to rant.

Re: CAN A MOPED ENGINE AND PARTS BE PUT ONTO A BICYCLE?

Overpriced Parts /

Ryan McGrath Wrote:

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> Hi I am new to mopeds but i understand how they

> work. I want to put my moped's motor and other

> parts(turn signals,headlight light, etc.) onto my

> bicycle so that it would work and run as a

> motorized bike. I would just figure it out on my

> own but I don't want to take it apart and then not

> be able to do it or put it back together because

> it is my only source of transportation. if anyone

> has done this or knows that it can be done, i

> would appreciate your feedback. also if anyone

> could provide instructions or a video on how to do

> this that would be great.

First of all you do not have a moped, You have a scooter. Some people call scooters mopeds but that is not what a moped is .

You would be completely wasting your time doing that project. The best bet is to sell off your china scooter and buy a real made of metal vintage European pedal moped like we all have.

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