Motorized Bicycles traces the history of the motorized bicycle from the pioneers of motorized cycles to the modern electric bicycle.
The autohor, Tom Bartlett, is a recovering vintage LBC (little British car) restorer who spends his days repairing, rebuilding, and restoring old motorbikes, old motor scooters, and old sports cars. He fits right in because he, too, is old. His claim to fame is as the builder of the world’s largest washtub bass, after he strung a wire cable across a field to the end of a World War II Quonset hut. He was never able to reproduce that particular sound again.