Re: Who is ready for the next level?
I've done electrical work for 30 years before heart problems forced me to retire. I've never did milwright work all I did was install systems to power and control motors. I do have a degree in electronics as well. Still using electric motors on bicycles would be new to me.
Right now I'm researching what is out there. The first thing I'm learning is weight reduction and increased power equals greater expense with the kits, well beyond what I can afford. Another thing I'm looking into is quick charging systems like many of the cordless tools use. What my attempt would be is to build a analog manual system. If such a bike is built reaching around 300 mpg I feel it will get a lot of peoples attention. Then people smarter than me can build a digital automated system like the cars have.
Land Rider Jerry