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Discussion in 'Mounting Techniques for Bicycle Motors' started by maniac57, Feb 26, 2014.
SOLD! Finally found it a new home.
VERY cool build!! I did something similar a few years back, may even be same type of bike. I'll see if I have some pics... I tried to be stealthy with rack mounting a frame mount kit and hiding it all with a plastic milk crate. I used heavy as fk angle iron for the rack which is too much for this set up. I like yours with the lighter looking rack
Lol, the MB doughnut animation!!
so does that mean you could put two motors on one bike?
This looks like it would solve the problem of putting a engine on a girls bike. I think that might be my next project.
That is exactly what it means.
You could easily build a two-wheel drive motorized bicycle by using a rack style mount on both wheels.
There was a huge tire bike called a duck that had a separate motor for each wheel. It worked well. I don't see it as a practical bike for most of us.
And don't forget the Immortal Rokon 2wd motorcycle.
A mountain goat with handlebars and a seat.
+1 on the Rokon! I actually owned one, if you could get the tires to stick, it'd climb a telephone pole. Mine was a '72 (I think),