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    Street Legal Light Bees

    Both our bikes are California plated. My buddy down the street just received his plate yesterday.

    #2
    I tried to register mine using the U Tube instruction, but it was denied. Any hints would be welcome.

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      #3
      All three of us just downloaded and filled out regulation form 230, sent in $21.00 and received our plates after 2 or three weeks.
      Did you check all the boxes yes in section 2?
      Did you write in the vin# and engine# in section 1?
      Did you get an explanation as to denial?
      Did you send a check for $21.00?
      Our bikes meet all the criteria in section 2 and should not be denied.
      Lets get this worked out!

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        #4
        With no pedals, what's the (or is there) a risk of impound for falsification of registration?
        2nd build, 2018 Crust Scapegoat, BBS02 or BBSHD, Rohloff IGH
        3rd build, 2018 Crust Evasion step-thru, BBS02, Shimano Nexus INTER-3 IGH
        4th build, 2016 Salsa Marrakesh flatbar frameset, BBSHD, Alfine 8 IGH, 700C

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          #5
          Not at all. Section 2 line 2 states "Fully operative pedals for human power OR powered solely by electrical energy" with an option to check yes or no.

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            #6
            What does A street legal Sur-Ron with all upgrades cost ?

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              #7
              Just got my plates. Don’t know what I did differently but hey, now I’m legal.

              Breeze

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                #8
                I have some questions about form 230:

                1) Where do you find an engine number for your bike?
                2) What do you put under the "California License Plate" field?
                3) Do you fill out anything in the "Distinctive marks or features" field?
                4) For the sake of knowing, how many horses does the MX's engine have? 3 horsepower? 3.5 horsepower?
                5) Are you now paying yearly registration for your bike?

                UPDATE 2/07/19: According to Google, the MX has more than twice the legal horsepower defined by form 230:http://mag.cm/yCAYbDEm . As far as I can tell, checking the box on question #3 is lying.
                Last edited by CMagnuson; 02-07-2019, 11:39 AM. Reason: Added Google horsepower search result

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