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Two or three wheeled electric bicycles

Cyclone Kit Electric Mtn Bike

You probably like me, are looking at all the different E.V.'s and seeing what's different on each members project. On mine the bike has 4 front chain wheels, 1 the outer front chain wheel is driven by the cyclone 720W motor, which I decided to mount in my own way as opposed to the conventional lower slung under the frame. The inner 3 front chain wheels are the std bike chain wheels. The trick was to bolt the original 3 chain wheels to the chain wheel supplied with the kit. This made a total of 4 chain wheels this enabled all the bikes original gearing.

Batteries: 
12V X3 in series 36Volt 12amp SLA
Charger: 
12v charger when batteries wired in parallel from DIY plug
Controller: 
External 36V
Drivetrain: 
cyclone free wheel modified
Heater: 
N/A
Lighting: 
magnetic induction coil from magnets on spokes powers lights LED
Miles as an EV: 
New Project 100miles
Motor: 
Cyclone 720W Kit
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
1
Top speed: 
28 mph
Typical range: 
15miles
Location: 
UK Kidderminster
Vehicle Type: 
System Voltage: 

RAPTURE~! (means to be carried away)

Stretch cruiser limo, sla setup right now, putting LiFePo4 together. Draws over 100 amps on fast start, pulling 4000 watts, levels to a good 1500 to 2000 watt ride at about 27mph for miles and miles. I weigh 400 lbs! Special note on the tires, Specialized control compound 2.2, have capacity for 100 psi with fantastic urban tread! Not pretty, but WOW! What an awsome tire!

Lighting: 
H4 LED Motorcycle headlight LED Motorcycle tail light
Batteries: 
Tempest SLA's now Ping LiFePo4's later
Charger: 
Stock
Controller: 
Infineon 48/72v 45a
Conversion time and cost: 
one month, $2,000
Curb weight: 
= /< 100#
Drivetrain: 
Hub Motor
Location: 
Saaint Petersburg, Florida
Miles as an EV: 
150
Motor: 
Golden 48v 1000w
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
1
Top speed: 
29mph
Typical range: 
17 miles
Watt-hours per mile: 
79
Method for 12v system: 
48v Pack with stepdown to 12v box.
Vehicle Type: 
System Voltage: 
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Pedego Comfort Cruiser Blue with Balloon upgrade.

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As the name implies, form and function are combined to provide a cool looking electric bike that is comfortable to ride to work, running errands, getting exercise, or just having fun.

All models blend fashionable retro-cruiser style with high quality electric components to carry you quickly and easily to wherever you want to go. How far will you go?

Motor Brushless Gearless Hub Motor on Rear wheel
Power 500 Watt
Gears & Speeds 6 Speed Shimano Gears
Batteries Lightweight Lithium in a Removable Pack
Shifter Shimano SIS Index® Shifter
Charger Smart Charger Included
Amps 10 AMP Hour
Volts 36 Volt
Tires Kenda 26" x 2.30" K-RAD Urban Tires
Speed 20 MPH using motor power only
Distance 15 - 30 miles per charge(depending on rider weight & terrain)
Throttle Type Twist Throttle Variable Speed Control
Frame Type 6061 Light Weight Aluminum
Handlebars Cruiser Style with Promax Stem
Braking System Avid BB-7 Front Disc Brakes and Dia-Compe Rear Hub Brake
Drive System Rear Hub Motor (Motor is in rear wheel)
Measurements Wheel to Wheel -35" W-13" H-39"
Seat Padded Adjustable Seat Height 33" to 39"
Bell Standard
Battery Indicator On Handlebars
Warranty 1 Year

Top speed: 
20 mph
Typical range: 
20 miles
Watt-hours per mile: 
500
System Voltage: 
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Super Voy

I bought a used Voy that had been garaged and in good condition.
I am upgrading it from a 36V 180W system to a 48V 1000W system.
I am also upgrading to LiFePo4 batteries.

Watt-hours per mile: 
180W brushless hub-12MPH
System Voltage: 
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my electric bike build

Hello to all!, i am a new member on this site but i have read posts as a none member and found it very interesting in the past! I thought i would show you some pictures of the bike i have just designed and built, i have made the frame, swing arm, suspension pivots, brake/chain adjusters and brackets from scatch, and mostly from stainless steel! the front suspension are marzochhi bomber 888's, the rear shock is a manitou swinger 4 way, the wheels are eclat bmx rims mounted on mountain bike hubs (hope pro 2 front, dmr revolver rear) with hayes hfx9 hydraulic brakes.

Batteries: 
4 x 33ah agm
Charger: 
soneil
Controller: 
alltrax 48v programable
Conversion time and cost: 
£2500. about 3 months total time
Curb weight: 
160 lb
Drivetrain: 
brushed/chain
Heater: 
no
Location: 
U.K.
Miles as an EV: 
125
Motor: 
briggs and stratton Etek
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
1
Top speed: 
50 mph
Typical range: 
20-25 mile
Lighting: 
cateye
Vehicle Type: 
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Spoiled Spoiler

Fresh Rubber From Choppers US.JPGBare Frame (with old motor).JPGSpoiled Spoiler (Test Fit).JPGBought a bone stock Schwinn Stingray Spoiler and soon after decided to convert it to electric. Little did I know then what a mess I was getting myself into.

Batteries: 
Power Factor: (4) 12v, 35ah & Power Factor: (1) 12v, 12ah
Charger: 
TNC-Scooters: 48v, 2.5a & Old 12v Trickle charger, 1.5a
Controller: 
BL4815: (48v, 350w, 15a max, E-Crazyman) (x2)
Conversion time and cost: 
Not a good question to ask. This information will discourage others. Especially in this case. Too much.
Curb weight: 
220 lbs currently, about 250 lbs when complete 160lbs with LIFE4po batteries.
Drivetrain: 
Ananda 198 BLDC Hub Motor (x2)
Heater: 
None
Lighting: 
Basic chrome plastic "motorcycle" headlight, converted to run 2 watt High intensity super white 12mm LED, basic red plastic rear tail reflector wired and lit with LEDs. Will be adding turn signals, running lights and old school "AAAhh-OO-GA!!!" horn.
Method for 12v system: 
Seperate 12ah battery for lights, audio system, phone charger, i-pod, ect.....
Miles as an EV: 
0
Motor: 
2 Ananda 198 BLDC Hub Motor (48v, 350W)
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
1
Top speed: 
Unknown - not finished
Typical range: 
Unknown
Watt-hours per mile: 
Unknown
Location: 
San Juan Capistrano / California
Vehicle maker: 
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Bionx Xtracycle

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Donor bike is Haro V2, 6061 aluminum, with Rapid Rise shifter. Battery mounted on the seat stays.

Drivetrain: 
Power rear hub
Batteries: 
24v NiMH Bionx
Charger: 
Smart Charger
Controller: 
BIonx
Conversion time and cost: 
full day. $1500. Haro ($400) was free.
Curb weight: 
54Lb
Lighting: 
Cat's Eye
Miles as an EV: 
~4000
Motor: 
Bionx 250w brushless
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
2
Top speed: 
18mph
Typical range: 
26-35mi
Location: 
Denver
Vehicle maker: 
Vehicle Type: 
System Voltage: 
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Akif1000 hub motor

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Controller: 
Akif1000 20amper 48volt
Drivetrain: 
BLDC HUB motor
Location: 
Istanbul/Turkiye
Motor: 
1
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
1
Top speed: 
40 Km/h
Typical range: 
40Km
Watt-hours per mile: 
up to 1000w
System Voltage: 
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Vehicle Type: 

Kona MTB with Crystalyte 5303 Rear Disc

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Batteries: 
48V 20Ah LifePO4
Charger: 
Gaozao 4805- 48V 5A
Controller: 
Crystalyte 4840
Conversion time and cost: 
2 weeks and $1068.00 including shipping
Curb weight: 
91.1 lbs
Drivetrain: 
Chain
Lighting: 
None
Miles as an EV: 
160 Km
Motor: 
Crystalyte 5303 Phoenix Racer
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
1
Top speed: 
58.5 KPH
Typical range: 
25-35 km
Watt-hours per mile: 
??????
Location: 
Yokosuka, japan
Vehicle maker: 
Vehicle Type: 
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Daymak Austin E-Bike

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Daymak also included a motion/anti-theft alarm, rear cargo container, rear-view mirrors, and U-lock with our purchase.

The Austin is also capable of utilizing two battery packs for extended range - one in the floor and the other stored under the seat.

Lighting: 
Hi / low beam headlights, tail lights, turn signals
Batteries: 
48V 20AH Sealed lead acid
Charger: 
Input AC 100 – 240V, Output DC 48V, BM-online
Conversion time and cost: 
Stock vehicle, $1,100CND after PDI
Drivetrain: 
Magnetic hub motor
Location: 
Saskatoon, SK, Canada
Motor: 
500W
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
1
Top speed: 
32 km/hr
Typical range: 
40 - 50 km
Miles as an EV: 
100km in one week.
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