Electric Bicycles Explained – Volts, Watts, and Amp Hours

Have you ever wondered what all those numbers and letters mean when looking at an E-bike? The ones you read on a spec sheet or the ones printed on a itty-bitty font on a battery or electric motor. If you’ve ever wondered what all this information mean, don’t worry you’re not alone in this confusion. … Read more

How to Install The 4-Stroke 79cc “Beast”

It’s Time To Unleash The Beast At the time of this post, the 4-stroke, 79cc engine, dubbed “The Beast,” is Bikeberry’s latest engine kit. It provides the torque and comfort of smaller 4-stroke engines while providing the top speeds that make 2-strokes so popular Preface The engine kit comes with everything needed to get it … Read more

Gigabyke Tire and Tube Replacement

If you’ve just received your Gigabyke and the tires are flat, it is likely do to the tires being intentionally deflated for shipping purposes, and not a defect of the inner tube or tire. This can be fixed by inflating the inner tube. Locate the valve that protrudes out from the rim, and with a … Read more

Motorizing Those Custom Frames That Seem Impossible

Take a look at this  bike. You probably see this and think, “Did they just weld the engine and tank to the frame?” Some have taken that approach, but a majority of the time it’s impossible to repair them once they’re permanently attached to a frame. So what are you supposed to do? You’ll need … Read more

Studs, Mounts, and Chains: Why You Can’t Keep Your Engine Mounted, and How to Fix It

In these days of motorized bike builds you may notice that while performance has gone up, part quality has taken a little bit of a decline. Whether it’s a Grubee engine or a Power King motor, some engine kit manufacturers have exchanged performance for quality. Thankfully there are some ways to make sure that your … Read more

Mounting Engines: What to Watch Out for Before Your Next Build

Motorized bike builds are awesome: it’s all the fun of a moped or motorcycle without the weight, a special license, and insurance. But if you’ve built a few motorized bikes- or know anyone who has- chances are not every build was a piece of cake. If a frame is too big special mounts need to … Read more

Installing Your 2-Stroke Bike Engine Kit

Here we’ll instruct you on how to install a two-stroke bicycle engine kit on a bike. Now, before we even start, it’s important to know what you’re getting into and what you need to make sure installation goes as smooth as possible. First things first- The Bike: Even though the engine kit is made to … Read more