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Two or three wheeled electric bicycles

Oxygen Emate electric bike, electric bicycle, ebike

Hi I Own my wonderful Electric bike. It's made by Oxygen Bicycles and I just love it. It's a 36V motor with lithium ion battery, takes me everywhere in London. The one I bought is Oxygen Emate Explorer Got is at the good price for the quality. If anyone looks for an electric bike then I can recommend this one. I had it for the past 12 months and the only thing I had to do is to change the brake pads and recharge the battery. Definitely good value bike for money.

Batteries: 
36V 10Ah Li-ion
Location: 
London, UK
Controller: 
8FUN
Drivetrain: 
Brushed geared
Lighting: 
LED
Motor: 
250W 8Fun Suzhou Bafang
Seating capacity: 
1 rider
Top speed: 
25km/h
Number of wheels: 
3
Typical range: 
60km
Watt-hours per mile: 
10wh/mile
Vehicle Type: 
System Voltage: 
Vehicle maker: 

Muddy Fox home made...

Batteries: 
haze, 12v 12ah times two
Controller: 
very cheap chinese
Lighting: 
not yet
Conversion time and cost: 
two days initially, constant tinkering thereafter, £35
Drivetrain: 
chain
Curb weight: 
28kg
Seating capacity: 
1
Heater: 
the motor gets hot
Location: 
brighton uk
Miles as an EV: 
40 miles total
Motor: 
unite 250watt
Number of wheels: 
2
Method for 12v system: 
12v cooling fan taken from accross one battery
Typical range: 
between 10 and 15 odd miles
Top speed: 
25mph
Vehicle Type: 
Vehicle maker: 
System Voltage: 

36V E-Bike

Lighting: 
origional to E-Bike
Location: 
Haverhill, Massachusetts
Controller: 
Global
Motor: 
36V 750watt Globalmotor
Number of wheels: 
2
Vehicle Type: 
Vehicle maker: 
System Voltage: 

Crappy Japanese commuter bicycle

Japanese commuter bikes always have a front basket. This was a great place to install all the wiring, right on top of the powered wheel, which kept the wires short and neat.
The original wheel was 27" and the new wheel is 26", so I had an extra 30mm of space after lowering the brake and fender to match the new wheel size.
I also artificially raised the basket about 30mm, and this clearance was perfect to slide in a 75mm thick LiFePo4 battery.

Batteries: 
1- eBay Special 24V10Ah
Charger: 
Chinese Generic
Lighting: 
Battery powered LED light
Controller: 
Chinese Generic 24v
Curb weight: 
25kg
Conversion time and cost: 
1 week
Seating capacity: 
1
Drivetrain: 
Hub brushless
Location: 
Tokyo, Japan
Miles as an EV: 
100
Motor: 
24V250W
Number of wheels: 
2
Method for 12v system: 
None
Typical range: 
40km?
Top speed: 
22km/h unassisted
Vehicle Type: 
System Voltage: 
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San Francisco Hill Climber

Batteries: 
Tysonic Sealed Lead-Acid 12V, 12Ah (4)
Charger: 
48 Volt INLINE Charger fan cooled (Yi-Yun)
Heater: 
Sun, but I could use a 12 volt hair dryer.
Controller: 
48V (Model LB37) Yi-Yun
Curb weight: 
80lbs (the bike) 150lbs (ME) total of 230lbs.
Conversion time and cost: 
20hours/ 600+
Number of wheels: 
2
Drivetrain: 
motor Gear Ratio: 60:9 (6.67) to 10 tooth sprocket to( #420) chain to 32 tooth sprocket to 26 inch wheel...
Lighting: 
(12 volt) 20 led desk lamp in front and 3 led in back
Method for 12v system: 
(8) 1.5 volt lithium cells run in series to create 12 volts
Miles as an EV: 
100
Motor: 
600W 36 volt GEARED Motor (Unite) (overvolted to 48volts to create 864 watts)
Location: 
San Francisco, CA
Typical range: 
I have only gone 5 miles at a time so far but It should have a range of 10 to 12 miles.
Top speed: 
25mph (0 to 25 in around 4 seconds) lots and lots of torque through all the gear reduction at the cost of speed, but thats the point! It needs to climb SF HILLS!
Vehicle Type: 
Vehicle maker: 
System Voltage: 
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Luyuan bike converted XB-600 motor

Batteries: 
2x 48v batteries pack plugged in parralel
Drivetrain: 
hub motor
Controller: 
Xtreme XB-600 controller
Charger: 
Luyuan 48v charger
Conversion time and cost: 
about 70hours
Lighting: 
12v incandescent
Miles as an EV: 
9km including one big big hill
Motor: 
600w
Top speed: 
25km/h
Method for 12v system: 
48 to 12v converter
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
1
System Voltage: 
Vehicle Type: 
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the cyberpunk boardtrack racer

You can find more about my bike at electricky.googlepages.com (no www.)

Batteries: 
two 12v lead acids aprrox 25ah
Charger: 
schumacher speedcharge 2/12/25
Heater: 
just what comes off the motors, lol.
Controller: 
built in to 400w kollmorgens
Curb weight: 
good question
Conversion time and cost: 
approx 1 mont and $500
Seating capacity: 
1
Drivetrain: 
front wheel drive 6:1 gearing
Lighting: 
red led rear running light and headlight
Miles as an EV: 
450+
Motor: 
two 400w kollmorgens
Number of wheels: 
2
Location: 
Apple Valley CA.
Typical range: 
30 max
Top speed: 
28mph
Vehicle Type: 
Vehicle maker: 
System Voltage: 
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MOEPED 6

More later: search Google "MOEPED" for all versions

Batteries: 
1500 mAh NiCd pack, 11 cells, "recharges your car battery" type; Maxwell ultracapacitors
Charger: 
Tiny little wall wart 12 VDC 600 ma
Controller: 
2PDT reversing switch; 4PDT capacitor series/parallel switch; both rated 15 A
Lighting: 
Not mounted: Two J. C. Whitney LED fog lamps under seat
Conversion time and cost: 
A lot
Drivetrain: 
Direct
Curb weight: 
50 pouds
Location: 
Next to my desk here in Seven Corners, VA 22044-0394
Heater: 
Nope
Miles as an EV: 
About 250 with current motor; about 500 with previous motor
Number of wheels: 
2
Motor: 
Wilderness EV BD-36 brushed hub motor in 20 inch rim
Typical range: 
Unlimited; I poop out after 25 miles with system or without it
Method for 12v system: 
NiCd gives and receives energy from caps, tending to maintain 12 VDC
Watt-hours per mile: 
N/A: capacitors give and receive energy from wheel ascending/descending
Seating capacity: 
1 (One)
Top speed: 
35 mph
Vehicle Type: 
System Voltage: 

Gumby's Ride

Batteries: 
48V 20AH Sealed lead acid
Heater: 
Solar :) drive fast for AC
Charger: 
Charger Input AC 100 – 240V, Output DC 48V, BM-online
Curb weight: 
72 kg
Drivetrain: 
Hub
Conversion time and cost: 
Stock
Seating capacity: 
2
Lighting: 
standard, stock
Method for 12v system: 
dc/dc convertor, stock
Motor: 
500w
Number of wheels: 
2
Location: 
Sarnia,Ontario,Canada
Typical range: 
50km
Top speed: 
32km/h
System Voltage: 
Vehicle maker: 
Vehicle Type: 
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Voltfahrrad

Batteries: 
2 x Powerizer 25.9V 21AH LiPo (51.8V 21AH)
Charger: 
Unknown Chinese 3A 29.4V Li Ion
Controller: 
Crystalyte 4840 (48V 40A)
Lighting: 
B&M 4DToplight LED taillight
Conversion time and cost: 
$1200 for motor/controller kit, $1100 for batteries, $300 for beefed-up custom front fork, and another $500 in general bike/component upgrades
Drivetrain: 
Front wheel
Curb weight: 
~70 lb
Location: 
North Andover MA
Heater: 
Crystalyte 4840 ;)
Miles as an EV: 
0
Number of wheels: 
2
Motor: 
Crystalyte 5304
Typical range: 
TBD
Method for 12v system: 
none
Watt-hours per mile: 
TBD
Seating capacity: 
1
Top speed: 
TBD
Vehicle Type: 
Vehicle maker: 
System Voltage: 

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