eBike news and items of interest

Discussion in 'Electric Bicycles, Trikes and Recumbent Bicycles' started by biknut, Apr 27, 2014.

  1. wheelbender6

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    Looks cool, looks pricey. I have heard of plans for H2 fuel stations to separate the H2 from water on site via hydrolysis. No tanker trucks or pipelines needed. Just a 4inch water service and a 640kv electric service. I will be investing in my local electric utility when that happens.
     
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    Kool! - I want one :)
     
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    This "Bird of Prey" would make an awesome ebike. Just add a front hub motor and hang some lipos on the frame. Its aerodynamic and no more monkey butt. Sorry, but the img links just will not work. You have to go to the link to see it.
    http://www.gizmag.com/bird-of-prey-bike/39930/
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    Somewhat related: Wunderlich has added an electric front hub motor to a 1200cc BMW dual purpose motorcycle for an on-demand all wheel drive system. They are not offering a kit for sale - yet. LiPo batteries mount below the beak. I'd post a pic, but IMG links from gizmag will not display for me.
    www.gizmag.com/wunderlich-electric-2wd-bmw-r1200gs/40558/
     
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    In My town its about 5 gassers to one Ebike but some of the china girls you can here a block away
     
  8. Otero

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    Does it look like this: My Juiced BIkes Cross Current 'S' in stealth mode, or this? I love
    this bike. It has more than bikes costing 2, 3 times as much. The down side, if you
    preorder now, it may be a couple mos. before it arrives, That's if the latest batch
    isn't sold out already. My batch sold out quickly; the wait was maddening, but Wow,
    it was worth it! 28mph type 3 pedelec, 5 modes, 650 watts that feel like 1000. I can only
    describe it as being like skiing hardpack with 4 inches of new fluff powder. Mine's
    got a 21Ah hyper-extended range with 100+ mile range. 1000+ charge cycles
    *the funky old saddle is mine, not stock, but comfy
     

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    Hi Wheela, long time no see. Have been on this site for months, To busy riding.
    What do you think of the new format? seem as if all our 'likes' got cancelled in the change
    over. Old toy, new toy The blue Giant has a 2.2 hp (1650 watts) Tanaka with a GEBE kit, 33mph,
    80 mi. range on 2 liters.(without trailer etc.) The black Juiced Bike Cross Current S, 650 watts, 21Ah
    33 mph, 100+ mi. range. The CCS cost a fair amount more than the Giant setup, but the performance is astonishing even though range & speed are similar. 15 cents worth of electricity for a full charge. If James Bond rode a bicycle, the CCS would be the one. (*saddle old, not stock) 048.JPG 002.JPG
     

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