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IN THE LATE 1960S, MINIBIKES WERE EVERYWHERE

Credit Mickey Rupp for infecting the fever dreams of every eight to 12-year-old from 1968 to 1971. He built everything a kid could ever want in those days, including go-karts and snow machines, but the vehicle that kept his company afloat was the “minicycle.” the minibike. In four short years between 1968 and 1971, Rupp had a license to print money housed behind the overhead doors of its Mansfield, Ohio production facility, and it did so with nothing that displaced more than 200cc.

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