A mid-sixties rare survivor: The Go-Devil was introduced in 1964 and marketed as “just what you need and nothing more.” This little bike is designed to throw into the back of a car, truck or an airplane. It travels in a bag about twice the size of a bowling ball bag and weighs circa 69 pounds. Its ingenious design makes it easy to set up. The bike has a 53 cc 2-stroke engine with a top speed of 25 mph. Transmission is a centrifugal-type automatic. It also features swing-arm suspension, front forks with 30 degrees of rake and spring-loaded shock absorbers.