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Red Rock Cycles
Power Your Pedals...And Ride The Breeze


After years of working in the manufacturing industry, Chuck Reed wanted to try something new. Having always enjoyed small engine building and repair, Reed decided to take advantage of the West Virginia moped law and started building motorized cycles and Red Rock Cycles was born. The beauty of these cycles is the rider's ability to either pedal or engage the small 2 stroke engine and ride the breeze! Boasting 125 miles per gallon, Chuck customizes every cycle he creates to each individual rider's specific weight, height, and riding abilities. Several elderly customers who enjoyed riding bikes at a younger age, have ordered bikes from Reed. Chuck says he wanted to give those people the ability to get outside again and ride again with the option of kicking in the engine and cruising.

Red Rock Cycles

Red Rock Cycles Person Interviewed: Chuck Reed
Title: Owner
Location: Upsher County, West Virginia
Address: 82 Red Rock Road Buckhannon, WV
Phone: 304 439-0208
Website: www.redrockcycles.com
EMail: info@redrockcycles.com

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