Motorized Bicycle Build Video

Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle General Discussion' started by panofish, Jan 26, 2010.

  1. panofish

    panofish New Member

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    I made a video of my motorized bicycle build.
    It shows every step of the build from beginning to end.
    Enjoy!

    Panofish Blog Motorized Bicycle – Part 1

    Let me know where I made mistakes or if I could have done something better.
     
  2. Vistaman73

    Vistaman73 Chat Box Junkie

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    Looks good so far!
     
  3. DanielMaia

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    Its really awesome ;) Congratulations ;)

    Thank you for spending the time explaining that tricks :)

    Waiting for part 2 :p
     
  4. Steve M

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    Great Video! What cam did you use? That cam really looks good.
    Steve..cs.
     
  5. panofish

    panofish New Member

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    Thanks!
    It's a sony vx2000. It only does standard def video, but the quality is prosumer level.
    I made the mistake of shooting at 15fps progressive when I shot this video.
    That's why it seems a bit choppy.
    Next time I will shoot at the standard 29.97fps and use tempgauss to convert to progressive ... then the video will look even better.

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  6. Ieataxolotls

    Ieataxolotls New Member

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    whoa nice workshop tools, bike, and equipment.
     
  7. HBfisherman

    HBfisherman New Member

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    This is perfect as im installing my first motor this week. Now all I need is all your tools and your nice camara and i'll be set. TWO THUMBS UP!!!

    PS- where do I find part two?
     
  8. panofish

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    All of the video footage has been shot and I am currently editing part 2 and part 3 of the videos.
    I hope to have them available very soon.
     
  9. HBfisherman

    HBfisherman New Member

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    Tonight? .spr.
     
  10. panofish

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    It's possible... but I expect it may take a day or two to finish them.
    I'll try.
     
  11. OKflyboy

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    Lookin' good!
     
  12. TandocTools

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    Cool vids! Thanks!
     
  13. OKflyboy

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    Part two is up! Excellent, thank you.
     
  14. panofish

    panofish New Member

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    Now all 3 parts of the video have been edited and posted.
    You can see them all here:

    Panofish Blog
     
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    My build involved much more colorful language. Maybe I should have been listening to the background music you used.

    Really, a great video and long overdue. The fabrication of the brackets for the gas tank was genius. I had to watch that twice.

    Thanks
     
  16. GearNut

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    Wow! that was awesome! You have done an excellent job with this video!
    I am really liking your shop too. Oh the things I could create with some of those toys -er-um- tools. :D
    Thankyou very much for taking the time and effort in creating this! It will help out many newb's in the future I am sure!
    I think that your video should be made into a sticky in the frame mounted how to section!
     
  17. HBfisherman

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    Thanks Panofish! I appreciate all the time you invested into this great tutorial.
     
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    I thought those jets came loose! Great tank clamps ,great videos.They will releive lots of the stress new builders might have (fabricateing ,just imagine ,block of wood and a socket,d*** that was simple)on builds.
    Have we settled that the metal sproket can be against the spokes?
     
  20. Steve M

    Steve M New Member

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    All three are great video's even though I must say that your shop is cleaner than my bedroom.

    :-||

    Steve.
     

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