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Old 01-02-2012, 02:23 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by DAN L View Post
i bought 2 electric bicycles through walmart in 2006.
when new, they would go 15 mph on electric for 1 hour before needing recharging. now i get about 10 miles, more when i assist by pedaling.
i paid $295 for each one.

Those are nice electric bikes. I like the suspention forks. I considered electric but I decided on gas because (1) I wanted extra power and speed (2) I had a bike to install the motors on already. Thanks for posting!

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Very good idea. I like it. Not legal in Nebraska State parks or in my town or else I'd have one already

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I no longer reside in CA, but unless they have changed the law, your motorized bicycle is classified as a moped. I believe section 406b of the vehicle code is describing what an electric driven motorized bicycle is. Section 406a is a description of engine powered bicycles as well as mopeds. Mopeds and engine powered bicycles require registration, and an M2 license. Bicycles powered by electric motors (low wattage) have different requirements. I went thru this several years ago when I lived in CA.

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