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Cyclone Kit Electric Mtn Bike

Lighting: 
magnetic induction coil from magnets on spokes powers lights LED
Number of wheels: 
2

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.
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Heater: 
N/A
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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
Location: 
UK Kidderminster
Motor: 
Seating capacity: 
1
Top speed: 
28 mph
Typical range: 
15miles
Miles as an EV: 
New Project 100miles
Vehicle Type: 
System Voltage: 

Comments

Pretty cool, keep it up, and ride safe.
Thanks for the picture, and post.

Jim


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