Need TBR7 help? Upgrade Guides? User Support? We Got You!

One thing you will notice as soon as you receive your TaoTao TBR7 motorcycle, the only guide you might receive is how to install the handlebar guards ( My TBR7 Plastic Handguards Are Trash ) . Other than that guide, you will receive an owner’s manual filled with typos and confusing information. So soon, you will be looking for TaoTao TBR7 help, a real TBR7 User Guide, or some User Support.

TaoTao TBR7 motorcycle on jack.
Upgrading My TaoTao TBR7 Motorcycle.

Well, “WE” Are Here To Help You With Your TBR7 Problems and Issues.

I am just one person in control of one of the sources of user-supported TBR7 helplines, but I want to break down each one and what they offer for all of us, TBR7 owners.  

Who Are “WE”? Who Is Going To Give Your TBR7 Help?

As I suggested, we are a group of TaoTao TBR7 Owners and Users who take the time to help fellow TBR7 users. The TBR7 community is a niche community of Chonda owners who like to tinker and save a few bucks.

Saving money and tinkering better with your goals when you pick up a TBR7, the motorcycle screams for upgrades ( TaoTao TBR7 Upgrades To Do List ) and often comes out of the box with problems ( TaoTao TBR7 Review & Specs: Out Of The Box ).

My TBR7 Learning Experiences.

I created this motorcycle blog to document my learning process and help others possibly transition into motorcycle riding or transition into motorcycle riding easier. 

In the process, my first motorcycle was the TaoTao TBR7. Because of my willingness to upgrade this motorcycle, I have inherited more problems than the motorcycle initially came with. So I get the best of both TB7 world upgrades and fixes.

In trying to get the most out of my first motorcycle, I have found great resources on the web and want to share them here with you.

My goal is to recommend web sources that provided TBR7 help focused on the TBR7 motorcycle and their resourcefulness in helping TBR7 owners.

First, The TBR7 Help Guide Websites?

Well, if you are surprised by my first recommendation is my website. You better check yourself before your wreck yourself. :p

TaoTao TBR7 motorcycle in front of farm.
TaoTao TBR7 motorcycle, fender removed, post oil cooler upgrade.

Yes, I recommend my blog:

By taking the time to plan out and document my TBR7 adventures, I found that I better planned upgrades and repairs to my TBR7 motorcycle. It was almost like I wasn’t just doing the work for myself but sharing with others.

Now I will always tell you. My blog is not a “how-to” site, and it’s a documentary of this motorcycle noob learning how to own, ride and repair motorcycles.

At most, I want to inspire you to research and plan your motorcycle activities. I am not a mentor, but my goal is to be somehow helpful.

My posts are open to comments, and always looking for advice and insight to be shared by other TBR7 motorcycle owners.

I have pushed my TBR7 motorcycle to levels that might not be typical of the average TBR7 owner. This strive for more speed performance has caused numerous issues with my TBR7, but at the same time, TBR7 solutions too.

So, glad you are here to read this post. That means you found my blog, and I hope I become a continued TBR7 resource for you.

Sites I Feel Are Great TBR7 Guide For Upgrades And Issues:


Well, it’s in their name, TBR7! So why wouldn’t they be an excellent source for TBR7 information? Let me give you some details if you haven’t used yet.

TBR7.Com offers a site with a collection of information that will help with the assembly of your TaoTao TBR7 motorcycle and future upgrades.

I found TBR7.Com most beneficial for their user-submitted tables provide starting points for carburetor upgrades and jet tuning. 

Carburetors are notorious for tuning issues. Two exact motorcycles can have the same brand and size carburetor but need two different sizes of jets to get the performance you want. website’s table will eliminate some of the guesswork.

You can search the TBR7 website and compare your carburetor model to your altitude and try to get a starting point for your pilot and main jets.

There are more sources of information on, hope you visit and bookmark their site.

TaoTao TBR7 motorcycle in the Sun.
My TaoTao TBR7 motorcycle after an exhaust upgrade.

TBR7 Focused FB Groups:  

I find the FB groups beneficial since they appear the most active. Who isn’t on FB these days, right? 😀

Meaning, that FB has a phone app that updates everyone when a post is made or a reply is posted to your post. So information flies back and forth quickly. So the most significant advantage of the FB groups is the speed of responses to your TBR7 problems.

I found TBR7 questions I’ve asked answered quickly and saw threads grow so fast that I had to keep refreshing my page.

So if you have a question about your TBR7 motorcycle, post it on a FB group, and you will be amazed how fast people come out to help you.

Save the last for the most content-rich source of TBR7 information or any Chonda motorcycle. The Forums.

I wish there were forums versus what I’m sharing, just a single web forum.

Best TBR7 Help Forum I Found:

www.ChinaRiders.Net being a forum, information shared there is stored in such a way to be easily searchable at a later date. While FB groups are great for getting quick responses to your TBR7 problem, this forum has a collection of TBR7 owners posting their problems and receiving solutions over time.

“overtime” is one drawback I found to the forum, a problem can be posted for a long time before a viable solution is replied to, but that is the nature of the web forum.

Now back to the good news. The TBR7 motorcycle has been around for a while, so your problem or upgrade need might have already been posted and answered. This collection of historical information is again the strength of this Chonda forum, and it contains so much information about Chonda’s in general. Still, it is also filled with search-able TBR7 motorcycle information.

I hope this post helps you. My goal is to share what I’ve learned in my adventures with building, owning, fixing, and upgrading the TaoTao TBR7 motorcycle. Please leave feedback on web sources that should have been included in this post, and I look forward to checking them out.

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Picture of me, as a New Motorcyclist.
Just Me…Newly Licensed.

Hi I’m Tom, A New Motorcycle Rider and Blog Author.

I am a new rider(Pa Learners Permit at the end of 2020, and I received a Pa Motorcycle License in 2021 after passing a Motorcycle Safety Course).

I bought my first motorcycle, a TaoTao TBR7, at the beginning of 2021 and have been doing upgrades on that motorcycle since.

I added to my motorcycle collection by buying a Boom Vader Gen 2 in 2022, and that Grom-Clone motorcycle has been upgraded by me as well.

I continue to ride my Boom Vader Gen 2 motorcycle as well as my TaoTao TBR7 dual-sport bike.

Read more on my About Me page.

Fun Fact: I’ve only been on one group ride.

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