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  1. For Technic challenge TC19, I’ve built a scale model of the Rieju MRT PRO (2020 model). This supermotard is a 50cc bike (moped). Rieju is a well known Spanish brand, which makes mopeds and motorbikes for a very long time, and still does. I’ve added it’s special features, which makes it the PRO version instead of the “normal” MRT. Upside down fork with protectors ProLink system Handguards Other functions: Rear spring Steering And I’ve built the 50CC AM6 engine, which are used in Rieju bikes. I started to make a simple sketch of the dimensions of the bike. Length, width, heigth and the distance between the wheels I don’t have a picture of this sketch, because it’s just a few lines with some dimensions. And it’s not very clear to show on a computer screen. At first, I stated to buid the swingarm. It was not very complicated. The only thing was to add the rear spring at the correct position and make a connection for the ProLink system. The ProLink system is visible at one of the overview pictures below. Second, I’ve built the frame of the bike. It was complicated, because it needs the correct angle to connect the fork correctly. You can see it on the pictures below. 11_Rieju_MRT_Pro_2020 by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr 12_Rieju_MRT_Pro_2020 by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr Thirth, I’ve built the 50cc AM6 engine and exhaust. 10_Rieju_MRT_Pro_2020 by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr fourth, I’ve built the fork and added the wheels. At last, I’ve build the plates to add on the frame. 14_Rieju_MRT_Pro_2020 by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr 13_Rieju_MRT_Pro_2020 by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr Final result: 01_Rieju_MRT_Pro_2020 by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr 02_Rieju_MRT_Pro_2020 by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr 06_Rieju_MRT_Pro_2020 by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr 03_Rieju_MRT_Pro_2020 by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr 05_Rieju_MRT_Pro_2020 by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr More pictures at Flickr:
  2. Good day, here on is my attempt for TC19. My grandad used to own a Jawa 210 , which according to my mum used to be a headache to everyone as it was notorious to break and finding replacement parts was hard by itself, nevermind doing so in post-soviet 90s. In fact, my only memory of it (early 00s) is it being inside our flat, never to be taken out again. Reference photo of one resembling closely my grandad's moped (I'll see if there are any photos I can post of ) After some web surfing I was able to find a service manual that pictured the moped: Unfortunately it is drawn under a slight perspective, so the dimensions taken from it are approximate, nevertheless I plan on using 94'2mm tires, mostly as I don't have any other motorcycle tyres (and paying 10€+ for two wheels is outrageous) . Therefore the wheelbase (?) will be of 27 studs (accounting for centre axles in wheels). based off that I threw together a size rig to ease my work, and so far assembled part of the front fork, though I'm looking into replacing it with the standard shocks if this solution doesn't end up holding up (as of right now the ribbed hose is extremely difficult to compress, and taking out the springs of the 6'5L shocks isn't an option for TC) The lower part of the handlebars should start at the enf of the vertical 15L on the rig according to my scaling. I will try to update with some more progress (probably front fork or will start a bit of engine) within short amount of time. Though I have absolutely no idea what do do with the mudguards, though so far I think that making them out of SYSTEM will be the best solution.