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Batavus HS

The Batavus HS has motorcycle styling with the tank positioned between the knees built to a Harglo specification for the British market. The Batavus HS comes in the color red while its twin, the Mobat, is black sporting a stylized “MoBat” logo in black and gold on a silver field adorning the fuel tank.

Engine

Like the other Batavus model, the HS uses the 48cc Laura Engine.

Air Filter

Original air filters are extremely hard to find, but uni-pod makes a universal filter that works better, model # UP The filter fits right over the carb throat and tightens down with a hose clamp. This will provide better pickup and possibly more speed. These filters can be ordered online.

Transmission

The HS has single-speed transmission with automatic clutch and can reach a top speed of 35mph. Due to the nature of the centrifugal clutch/chain drive to rear wheel, initial acceleration is very poor and renders the machine very unstable for the first few yards. However, once the bike is under way, the rate of acceleration increases. In fact, after a few seconds when the engine reaches its power band, the 90lb machine accelerates forward and starts making up ground on geared mopeds that have no trouble in beating it away from a standstill.

Worn belts can slip and twist, causing poor acceleration and other headaches. Replace the M48's belt at the first sign of dry rot, cracking, or breakage. Find a replacement belt by taking your old belt in to your local automotive or tractor supply store or by referring to any of the following model numbers: Gates , Dayco , Goodyear , metric # 13A

Suspension

Front suspension of the HS is by telescopic forks with internal springs, while the rear is by a pivoting fork with the engine on the forward end to counterbalance the rear wheel. The handling of the machine demands a great deal of care, as the steering is very light possibly because the forks are mounted too near the vertical plane. This is all very well when maneuvering through traffic but, when traveling at more than a walking pace, the bike can feel unstable or twitchy. Despite using thin bicycle-type tires, the HS50 corners well allowing even the novice rider to lean the machine over to somewhat extreme angles. The only thing one has to remember is to turn the pedals so that they do not scrape the ground.

Due to the light weight of the HS, the small drum brakes are quite efficient; in fact, it is quite easy to lock both wheels on the driest of roads with just a firm grip on the handlebar-mounted levers. When the HS winds itself up to a fair speed, it is affected by gusty side winds, and much concentration is needed to keep traveling in a straight line. Also, the bike is prone to bounce around on bumpy surfaces and, again, needs to be held fairly tight.

Electrical

The HS uses a Bosch generator for its 6V electrical system and requires no battery for its magneto ignition. The magneto powers a small headlight and indicators are an optional extra. Here is a copy of the wiring diagram [1].

Tank Capacity

1 1/2 gals (5 liters) petrol with reserver tap.

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Batavus HS Mopeds

The Batavus HS has a single speed two-stroke Laura M engine. The HS was available in 20, 25, and 30 mph versions. It was manufactured from to (maybe longer). The HS was also available in a deluxe model which included directional signal lights (indicators).

HS50 Batavus

The HS50 is a motorcycle style moped built to the specification of the British Batavus importers, Harglo Ltd. Like the other Laura engined models, the HS50 has single-speed transmission with automatic clutch and can reach a top speed of 35mph. Due to the nature of the centrifugal clutch, initial acceleration is very poor and renders the machine very unstable for the first few yards. However, once the bike is under way, the rate of acceleration increases. In fact, after a few seconds, when the engine reaches its power band the little 90lb machine rockets forward and starts making up ground on geared mopeds that have no trouble in beating it away from a standstill.

Front suspension of the HS50 is by telescopic forks with internal springs, while the rear is by a pivoting fork with the engine on the forward eng to counterbalance the rear wheel. The handling of the machine demands a great deal of care, as the steering is very light and perhaps, the forks are mounted too near the vertical plane. This is all very well when manoeuvering through traffic but, when travelling at more than a walking pace, the whole feels quite unstable and twitchy. This does not, however, detract from it's cornering power which is realy impressive. Despite using thin bicycle-type tires, the HS50 corners beautifully and even a novice rider can lean the machine over a quite absurd angles into corners. The only thing one has to remember is to turn the pedals so that they do not ground.

Due to the light weight of the Batavus, the small drum brakes are quite efficient; in fact, it is quite easy to lock both wheels on the driest of roads with just a firm grip on the handlebar-mounted levers. When the HS50 winds itself up to a fair speed, it is affected by gusty side winds, and much concentration is needed to keep travelling in a straight line. Also, the bike is prone to bounce around on bumpy surfaces and, again, needs to be held fairly tight. The HS50 uses a Bosch generator for its 6V electrical system and, of course, requires no battery for its magneto ignition. The headlight is rather puny, but should be adequate for in-town average-speed riding; inicators are an optional extra. The HS50 is quite fairly priced for a motorcycle-styled moped and, if one accepts it's handling and lighting deficiencies, it's well worth a look.

Engine:

Laura M48 Engine


Air cooled single cylinder two-stroke
40mm bore x 38mm stroke = cc - (in x in = cu in.)
Maximum power bhp at rpm.
Cast-iron cylinder barrel and aluminum-alloy head.
Compression ratio
Roller main bearings.
3 port cylinder with reed valve, Encarwi S22 Carburettor (Encarwi-Bing). Pedal start used in conjunction with clutch-lock lever.
Transmission:
Belt drive from crankshaft to centrifugal clutch

Clutch-lock lever on handlebars.

Brakes:
Drums front and rear.

Weight:
90lb (40kg)

Tank Capacity:
5 litres petroil with reserve tap ( US gals)

Sources: Batavus Archive et al


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General moped informationModel:Batavus HSYear:Category:AllroundRating:Do you know this bike?
Click here to rate it. We miss 2 votes to show the rating.Engine and transmissionDisplacement: ccm ( cubic inches)Engine type:Single cylinder, four-strokeEngine details:Laura EnginePower: HP ( kW)) @ RPMTop speed: km/h ( mph)Compression:Bore x stroke: x mm ( x inches)Fuel system:Carburettor. Encarwi S22Ignition:magnetoCooling system:AirGearbox:AutomaticClutch:Automatic dry centrifugal Chassis, suspension, brakes and wheelsFront suspension:Telescopic forks with internal springsRear suspension:Pivoting forkFront tire: Rear tire: Front brakes:Expanding brake (drum brake)Rear brakes:Expanding brake (drum brake)Physical measures and capacitiesDry weight: kg ( pounds)Power/weight ratio: HP/kgSeat height: mm ( inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.Overall length: mm ( inches)Overall width: mm ( inches)Fuel capacity: litres ( US gallons)Other specificationsColor options:RedStarter:KickElectrical:6V Comments:British moped made Update specsReport missing specs or required updates.Further informationInsurance costsCompare US insurance quotes from the nation's top providers.Finance optionsCompare US motorcycle loan quotes from the nation's top providers.Parts finderRevzilla offers up to 50% off motorcycle accessories.Accessories Ships to most countries. Also check out our overview of motorcycle webshops at Bikez.info.MaintenanceFind parts, fluids. filters, maintenance tools and service manuals at Amazon.com.Ask questionsJoin the 75 Batavus HS discussion group or the general Batavus discussion group.Related bikesList related bikes for comparison of specs.

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