18 years. Frist bike

Sarah Holstebro

New Member
Hi I’m a 18 year old girl from Denmark, I bought this bike wich is a chinese copy of a Honda cg125, as a project, I love classic cafe style bikes, and my dad owns a Honda cj360 which is going to be my inspiration but with my own twist.
My dad is helping me with the technical problems, but I have to collect the information myself, and I also have problems that he dosn’t know, so I hope you guys will help me.
 

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irk miller

You've been mostly-dead all day.
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Looks like a lot going on in that shop. Glad you made it to the party.
 

CarbsAndCylinders

Careful With That Axe Eugene
Welcome, I remember my frist bike :)

There are a lot of guys with a lot of knowledge here and I am sure they will help you out. It's a friendly place too.

Brian :)
 

whynot

~~~If it ain't raining, I'm riding~~{iii}?~~prost~
Welcome from Georgia.

Good luck and enjoy the ride.

Here, and on the bike, too.!
 

pidjones

Active Member
Welcome to the site and the passion. The internet is a very useful tool when working on bikes, so sharpen your skills in using it. I keep an old tablet with network access, a browser, and Acrobat reader in the garage for access to manuals.
 

Sarah Holstebro

New Member
Thanks to you all, i Can see that im in the right place, for alle the help im probably going to need to build this bike into a “Honda caferacer”
 

trek97

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Sarah Holstebro said:
Hi again
Despite some issues with charging and now with starting at all
I Think the bike is quite a bit closer to goal
Looking super. Have you done any tests on the charging system?

 

CarbsAndCylinders

Careful With That Axe Eugene
Get it running right before you do any more. Do a search to find what issues the bike may have and what things to look for.

That pipe is nice, you may be able to modify the baffle a bit to get a nice sound out of it.

I like that seat too.
 
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