The Ridley Motorcycle Company, known for producing small cruisers and bikes with automatic transmissions, has taken a step back in time.
The Oklahoma City company is offering a bicycle that can be fitted with a 50 cc or a 70 cc two-stroke motor.
It’s called the 1903, and it features an aluminum tank and frame built in a monocoque configuration and a springer fork, and comes with engine mounts on the frame, and all wiring for the engine pre-installed. Motors are sold separately for about $600, and retail price for bike and motor is about $2,500 U.S. Installation of the motor takes about an hour.
See more at www.ridleymotorcycle.com.