Bicycle

Two or three wheeled electric bicycles

maydin67's picture

Homemade Electric Bicycle

Batteries: 
12v12A 2each
Charger: 
24 volts smart charger
Controller: 
24 volt power on demand ajustable speed throttle
Drivetrain: 
Drect chain gear drive
Location: 
Yalova/Turkey
Miles as an EV: 
20km
Motor: 
250w/2500rpm
Seating capacity: 
only me
Top speed: 
40km
Typical range: 
20km
System Voltage: 
Vehicle maker: 
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Neodymics New Electric Cyclemotor

Neodymics New Electric Cyclemotor includes several innovations which may be of interest to others developing electric bicycles.

Instant installation and removal allows use of your existing bicycle for longer and more otherwise strenuous trips.
http://www.neodymics.com/installation.htm

A half-cross spoke pattern results in a strong 16 inch wheel using a standard rim and hub motor. http://www.neodymics.com/drivetrain.htm

Batteries: 
(4) Stock DeWalt DC9360, 72 Volts 4.4 AHr total for series parallel combination
Charger: 
(4) Stock DeWalt DC9000, 36 volt, 1 hr charge
Controller: 
Crystalyte 72 V, 20 A
Conversion time and cost: 
Conversion time once built is 30 seconds. Cost to build was about $2K, excluding NRE.
Curb weight: 
69 Lb
Drivetrain: 
Complete intrgrated drive with suspension, battery, control and quick release clamps to replace your front wheel in 30 seconds.
Miles as an EV: 
500+
Motor: 
Crystalyte 406/409
Number of wheels: 
1
Seating capacity: 
2 with Trail a Bike and a youngster. Can also tote saddle bags to carry chargers, books, or groceries.
Top speed: 
27 Mph
Typical range: 
10 to 20 miles
Location: 
Madison, WI
Vehicle Type: 
System Voltage: 

Currie i-Zip Electric Chopper

Drivetrain: 
Chain
Batteries: 
24V (dual 12V), 12-amp hour sealed recyclable lead acid batteries in a removable V-Twin battery pack.
Controller: 
electronic pulse-width modulated (PWM) controller
Conversion time and cost: 
Stock but changed seat for better comfort, added speedo/odo
Curb weight: 
100
Lighting: 
after market bicycle lamp, flashlight battery
Motor: 
450W "Earth-Magnet" Electro Drive, 24-volt DC motor
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
1
Top speed: 
18
Typical range: 
25
Miles as an EV: 
50
Vehicle maker: 
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System Voltage: 
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Dream Machine

Batteries: 
BionX NiMh 24 V, 8 Ah 9 pounds, (regen breaking)
Charger: 
Bionx, 1.8a?? 3 hours.
Controller: 
BionX, (dosen't state much, A?) back light, alarm, w /4diget code, spedometer , odometer, (regen breaking)
Conversion time and cost: 
Quetzal 105 2000 aluminum used 750$ last floor test model, not selling for 1,395 sale 700$, building wheel custom spokes+rim 80$ chains 3 x 18$(MEC) 1590$ CANadian, (time joke)
Curb weight: 
45 pounds
Drivetrain: 
Brushless Hub motor, 36 spoke, 135mm axle
Lighting: 
3v lith 14grams
Miles as an EV: 
50km on level 4 and there was 40% juice left
Motor: 
BionX 250, peak 450 w 7.7 pounds
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
1
Top speed: 
60km hill 40km/h with tail., flat, 32km/ slight hill head wind, normal., 25 working,
Typical range: 
it looks like im going 80km on setting 4, pedeling better than expected but im not uing a thumb throtle i think that would use alot more bat.
Watt-hours per mile: 
??
Location: 
Ottawa Ont Canada
Vehicle maker: 
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Shogun MTB, Elation type conversion.

Curb weight: 
29 Kg
Batteries: 
2 x 17 Ahr SLA's
Charger: 
2 x 12v 500 mA, chargers
Controller: 
24 volt, 15 amp
Conversion time and cost: 
Hmm, about a week and $350
Drivetrain: 
Chain
Location: 
Ballarat, Victoria , Australia
Miles as an EV: 
new
Motor: 
250 watt geared motor
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
1
Lighting: 
battery operated LED bike lights
Vehicle maker: 
Vehicle Type: 
System Voltage: 

Steven's wonderful electric bicycle

Drivetrain: 
Rear hub motor
Batteries: 
One 48 volts , and 12 amp-hours
Charger: 
48 volts smart charger
Controller: 
Computer assisted throttle , and smart pedal assist system
Conversion time and cost: 
I bought my electric bicycle brand new for 1,000 dollars on 08/01/2010
Curb weight: 
My electric bicycle weighs 100 pounds
Lighting: 
Duel built in LED headlights , and wireless directional tail-lights , Plus factory installed electric horn
Miles as an EV: 
I have over 1,500 miles of use on my electric bicycle
Motor: 
500 watts or one horse power
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
two people , me and one passenger
Top speed: 
30 miles per hour
Typical range: 
30 miles using a combination of the motor power assistance and pedaling
Location: 
Brooklyn , New York City
Vehicle maker: 
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Shogun Elation type conversion

Batteries: 
2 x 12v, 17Ah SLA's
Charger: 
2 x 12v, 500 ma, jump starter chargers
Controller: 
24 - 36 v, 15 amp
Drivetrain: 
Chain to bottom bracket
Motor: 
250 watt geared motor
Number of wheels: 
2
System Voltage: 
Vehicle maker: 
Vehicle Type: 

Ebike: Giant Sedona + A123 + WIlderness Energy

Ebike 2.0 Li

Chris Beatty
christopherbeatty [at] hotmail.com
July 8, 2007

Heater: 
no
Batteries: 
DeWalt 36V packs plus 2 cell A123 "piggy back packs" (~40V total)
Charger: 
DeWalt and homebuilt
Controller: 
Wilderness Energy
Conversion time and cost: 
$1000
Drivetrain: 
Stock Giant Sedona Shimano
Lighting: 
none
Miles as an EV: 
200
Motor: 
36v BD Wilderness Energy Brushed
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
1
Top speed: 
27
Typical range: 
17 miles
Location: 
Oregon
Vehicle Type: 
System Voltage: 
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Black Willy

This is my daily ride. I love the convenience of auto assist. I also like being able to invoke regen mode to get a workout on my way home from work if I want it.

Batteries: 
36V Lithium Ion
Controller: 
Bionx
Conversion time and cost: 
1 day, $200 for bike (21 years ago), $1400 for kit
Curb weight: 
68 lb
Drivetrain: 
Hub Motor
Heater: 
Effort
Location: 
Longmont, CO
Miles as an EV: 
2100
Motor: 
36V brushless
Seating capacity: 
One
Top speed: 
25 mph
Typical range: 
30 miles
Lighting: 
LED lights
Vehicle maker: 
Vehicle Type: 
System Voltage: 
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Black Moria

This bike is comfortable and a joy just to cruise around on.

It is also killer winter bike. The low center of gravity, front wheel drive, and proximity of feet to the ground all make light work of snowy or slick roads.

Batteries: 
36V, 9 Ah
Charger: 
Nexcell
Controller: 
Stock
Conversion time and cost: 
1 day, $350 for bike, $420 for kit
Curb weight: 
72 lbs
Drivetrain: 
Hub Motor
Heater: 
Effort
Location: 
Longmont, CO
Miles as an EV: 
400
Motor: 
36V brushed
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
One
Top speed: 
30 mph with pedaling
Typical range: 
25 miles
Lighting: 
LED lights
Vehicle maker: 
Vehicle Type: 
System Voltage: 

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