HOMEMADE ELECTRIC BICYCLE

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maydin67
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Dear friends. here is my homemade e-bicycle.

Lets attach our e-bicycle images at this topic...

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Re: HOMEMADE ELECTRIC BICYCLE

Members are of course free to do what they like (within the parameters of the forum, or course), but posting vehicle pictures and descriptions are what the "Member Vehicles" gallery was made for. I recommend you check it out. (Right side of the screen about 4 lines below your login name.)

To embed an image in your posting there is a description under "Help Tutorials." Frankly I haven't had a lot of luck doing it that way. What do is upload the image to one of my websites and link to it like this:

img src="http://www.elrod.net/images/trek_small.jpg"

(You need less-than / greater-than around the whole thing, but posting these symbols is beyond my ability.)

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Re: HOMEMADE ELECTRIC BICYCLE

maydin67,
Welcome to our V is for Voltage Community, hope you don't mind we reposted the pictures for you.
If you need any help posting pictures we suggest you check out either of the following: Attaching images and uploading files to a posting or our interactive Help Tutorials

You can also go to our Test Area to practice if you like. If you still need help just contact us at Forum Support.
We also have a Building E-Bikes Collaborative Hand Books which is part of our EV Collaborative Hand Books.
We would love to hear more about you Home made E Bike, and see more pictures, it can then be placed in our V is for Voltage Community Library where others can read and learn.

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echuckj5
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Re: HOMEMADE ELECTRIC BICYCLE

Nice,
and simple.

Tell us more, belt drive? controller? Do you commute? How did you mount the sprocket on the rear wheel?

More pictures,

Thanks,

chuck

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Re: HOMEMADE ELECTRIC BICYCLE

This has got to be the simplest to do that I've seen, it will be very interesting to read and see more about it.

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Re: HOMEMADE ELECTRIC BICYCLE

look real careful at that second picture, maydin67 has hidden the controller under the seat.

chuck

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Re: HOMEMADE ELECTRIC BICYCLE

Maydin67,
Welcome to the V is for Voltage Community!
Nice looking eBike!
Very interested in seeing some more pictures if ya don't mind sharing them.
We can help you figure out how to post them if there's any problem there.
I have a built from scratch ebike and so does eChuck.
Look for the MB-1-E for mine and Chuck has the Cheetah.

Having been through building one, I know that it is no small task.
Looks like you've done a nice job with yours.

Dave
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Re: HOMEMADE ELECTRIC BICYCLE

I like your configuration! Is there a freewheel anywhere on the left side of the rear wheel, perhaps on the motor, the jackshaft, or down on the axle sprocket?

If yes, would you please post a pic and the part numbers, and suppliers link? (if part of the drivetrain needs to be fabricated, I can do that)

Thanks in advance!

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