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50cc Engine Kit for Bicycles – let dead dinosaurs speed you on your way

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50cc Engine Kit for Bicycles. Forget all this green eco malarky, what the world really needs is for a bunch of people to convert their silent, elegant, earth friendly bikes into combustion powered 2–stroke cough makers. The max speed is 30 km/h and the 2 litre tank will propel you around 60 kms before you splutter to a halt, so what are you waiting for? Get some retro style pollution swirling around your legs as fast as you can. And look, it’s just £135.00. Bargain!

 Easily fitted to most v frame bikes! Engine type: single cylinder,air-cooled,2 stroke petrol engine. Bore and stroke:40mm x 38mm Ignition mode:CDI ignition Max power:1.68kw/6000r/min Compression ratio:6:1 Transmission ratio:18:1 Starting:pedal start…

Nigel is the managing editor of the Red Ferret, as well as a freelance columnist for the Sunday Times newspaper in London. Loves tech and fancies himself as a bit of a futurist, but then don’t we all?

Nigel – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


  • So what you're saying Nigel is that fossils are cheaper than petrol in the UK?

  • hmm.. Does this mean you need a provisional licence to ride a bike with this on it?

  • Ichy Ferret

    These kits are horrible! I've seen and hear these annoying monstrosities everyday. More annoying than a lawn mower, slower than a motorcycle. Electric motor is the way to go.

    • Locke

      but have you ever owned or rode one? If you haven't then you have nothing to base your opinion on and thus it's invalidated by it.

  • abc

    do the research retards! electric and gas…..hmmmm do the math dorkasorous

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