My Cruiser Bike

Discussion in 'Motorized Cruiser Bicycles' started by sahin, Aug 7, 2017.

  1. sahin

    sahin New Member

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    Hello. I Know this is motorized bicycle forum but i want to share with you this beast
    Hope you like it.

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  2. mbearden

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    It looks like it has a motor in the rear wheel? That still counts as motorized. Id be interested to see how you have your batteries arranged if it is though.
     
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  3. wheelbender6

    wheelbender6 Active Member

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    The seat shocks are cool. I made a monoshock seat once using a pocket rocket shock.
     
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  4. Dan

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    Awesome build, Sahin!
     
  5. Tony01

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    Nice. Looks like a motorized bike to me. What hub motor is that, qs205? Let's see some specs battery, controller etc
     
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  6. Dan

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    I always thought the wording is funny.

    "Have to change the motor oil in an engine made in motor city when it's thought it's an electrical motor and an internal combustion engine.

    Years back a really good guy corrected me that I had made a reduction gear and not a transmission.
    My contention was/is it transmitted kinetic energy so was correctly called a transmission.

    Really think it's all semantics.

    But here anything cool, home spun and or on some sort of bike, human convaence or wheels is welcome!

    One of my all time favorites from way back is some one took a handtruck, strapped an engine on it and attached it to a bicycle! Really great and inventive build.

    There's been boats, planes and a few bikes (MBs) mades to work on rail road tracks.

    Really enjoy that about here. Build something crazy and ya find like minded...
     
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