Adventures in Motorized Bicycling

Life on a Motorized Bicycle For Paul My MaB Story Utah Salt Flats Mt St Helens On To Alaska Photo Albums

Did You Know?

The first motored vehicle (of any kind) to cross the United States coast-to-coast was a Motorized Bicycle, ridden by George Wyman in 1903...San Francisco to New York in 50 days.

Personally, I think that's very cool Cool

Hello, I'm Augie Deabler, and I'm a Motor-Assisted Bicyclist. I've been doing this for several years now, and I've had some great adventures. Use the links on the left to see a sampling of the stuff I've done.

Mr. Wyman's "Across America on a Motor Bicycle" can be found on our new forum.

NEW!  Motorized Bicycle Forum  NEW! 

I've opened a not-for-profit MB Forum so my friends and visitors can ads, no sales, no spam, just bikes & people.

10-2012: An Un-Solicited Bump for Some Good Friends

Throughout my MaB career, I've focused on the potential of the Motorsport, and have had quite a hard time with those who were only interested in making a buck off my endeavors & adventures, internet-wise.

And that's why I finally "retired" and just rode.

This site hasn't been active in some time, I'm mostly over on the new private forum sharing a common interest with a few select individuals.

When i come back in here and look around, I relive it all, and every time I do I realize no way any of it could have happened without Golden Eagle, both the system itself and the people who developed, sell, and support it.

I am NOT financially affiliated, but i heartedly recommend the Golden Eagle Bike Engine as the best Universal Gas Powered Bicycle-Assist Kit going. Period. If it's legal to use an ICE on a bicycle where you live, do yourself a favor and check out

Everything you see me doing on this site was done with either a 33cc or 40cc Tanaka/GEBE system.

 And that's all I have to say about that.

Den, Juls, and family...thank you, it was one heck of a ride.



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...and I hope you enjoy the pics and stories.

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