I was given this bike for free and I’ve decided to try and restore it best I can. The owner that’s had it said it’s been sitting for a few years, he said he’s had it for over 10 years.
I can’t find a brand, model or anything anywhere.
I almost immediately said a Blata minimotard. But almost looke like a pocket bike with the handle bars added.
The engine looks like a typical Chinese CAG case reed engine. 40mm or 44mm.
Everyone says could be 43cc, 47cc, or 49cc.
Has what looks to be a beautiful pipe, and the 4in wheels
Hobbit sport made one it has a suspension front fork with some kind of alloy frame. ( 49 cc CAG engine )
There is one called the 80 Euro mini motard it comes with the bigger five spoke Cagllari Daytona Wheels ( 49 cc CAG engine )
You have the 50 Euro mini motard comes with the smaller Wheels still built with mostly all Cagllari Daytona parts. ( 49 cc CAG engine ) ( made by Yongkang Sibo Motorcycle co )
But like most China stuff it was ripped off from the Blata mini motard that comes with a full chrome exhaust system 6.5 inch polished wheels the iconic lightened Blata rear sprocket real Dell Orto carby and the 40cc Robin Subaru 3.4 HP engine.
All of the motard bikes are definitely an awesome find no matter what part of the world you live in they did not make very many of them and we're only available in the UK and Australia ( could order them to the US as a single ) ( pallets of them would definitely be confiscated by US customs due to road tires and two-stroke engine ) I would consider all of the motard bikes highly collectible definitely worth restoring...
You can turn the fork tubes around 180 degrees which puts the axle out front, more than an inch longer wheel base, That's what I did on my Polini 910 Carena 4.2, moves the front brake to the other side, but no big deal.
My GRC has a 40cc BZM engine with racing short cases and silver stuff crank, just rebuilt, got to get some waterless coolant for my water cooled bikes. The Polini has a rebuilt 4.2 air cooled engine now, that 39cc water cooled engine is before I find a real Polini engine. That engine is in my second GRC frame waiting to be finished.
Royal Purple is good, think its from Europe, I use AMSoil 2 stroke Dominator oil, 4 stroke oil, and gas booster. Have to make sure there is no alcohol in your booster, and now everyone is going to summer blend. Going to Husqvarna 94 and boosted it to 96 octane its enough to joy ride on, lol. gas prices are high cause the is a corn shortage to make alcohol. I paid more than $4 a gallon. My Dodge gets 15 mpg, my Kia 34 mph gallon, and still hauls. 175hp, a 6,500 rpms has 160 on the speedo an 60 mph is 2,000 rpms, do the math. Now wind at that speed??? 6 speeds forward, with 2 dry clutches that shift like a stick which is another option, you can shift manually, but auto works better. It downshifts as the rpms drop, the Highway Patrol loves it, lol.
I got that dual dry clutch system in my VW it has a 8 speed likes to shift a lot lol I get 50 mpg in winter but only get about 45 on the summer blend I don't think my car is very fast has a turbo but it's still really weak compared to my Oldsmobile.
I do say that Volkswagen does make a pretty good quality vehicle definitely a lot better than the Ford I had that started breaking down at 12,000 MI finally after the Ford had 65,000 miles on it I got so sick of it breaking down I traded it in for the Volkswagen.