Look Ma, No Hands!
Just for fun, I mounted a 3 HP Predator engine on a 1936 Huffman Dayton bicycle along with a 1941 Dayton spring fork, HD wheels, lights, and custom-made gas tank. Why would I do this? Although some bike enthusiasts would not have put a motor on this bike, I realized this bike frame gave me the best option for mounting an engine. This Huffman frame is called a camelback, so I had lots of room to mount the engine. If I want to change it back to its original state (i.e. motorless), I can because I did not alter or damage the frame. It’s a cool bike and fun to ride.