Making an economic electric bike

Cars, buses, bicycles, electric airplanes: all electric transportation that exist. Conversion, engines and electric drives for transport ...
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by Christophe » 17/05/06, 18:25

Across the Channel or Across the Atlantic?

Because with the customs and shipping prices from the USA ... it could be a little bit ...

The charges will really be right for our companies ...
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by The Passing » 17/05/06, 18:36

Atlantic sorry.
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by thier13 » 17/05/06, 22:03

that's it i found my engine : Mrgreen:

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by Choban » 17/05/06, 23:03

I'm thinking of a permanent magnet system, but in the meantime, a wiper motor should do the trick! What the hell, a bike is made to pedal, make muscles work and improve blood circulation from below. So the wiper motor to be mounted as said above on the front or rear fork, in the manner of solex - this propulsion will be very effective in helping to pedal in uphill.
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by pollux » 18/05/06, 09:02

Hello,

well, I have to correct your message ... it is not a brushless motor, but a "brushes hub motor". which means it's a good old carbon DC engine. that explains the risonnable price. as µ driver said in a previous message, it's not a big deal, given the low speed, we have almost the same performance. but this price does not include the battery. it brings it all close to $ 800-900. it is true that the $ is low at the moment, but the customs duties are far from negligible for a package of this size. Finally, it's not legal at all the 600W with throttle grip ... I know we don't care, but still.
we will have to wait for the Chinese kits and modify them to make them legal if we want to make a real economical electric bike with a good engine-hub-all-good-looking-that-makes-no-noise ...

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by Christophe » 18/05/06, 10:23

There is an electric bicycle at 699 € in the Belgian Carrefour whose characteristics are as follows:

- woman / city type bike with gray fairing
- battery housed behind the "seatpost"
- 36v battery
- 55 km range (I don't really know what they don't mean
autonomy with assistance but good ...)
- battery life (announced): 12 to 15 km
- lifetime before loss of performance: 300 charge cycles
- charging time: 6h (not say if charger supplied but I think so)
- "halogen" lamp (mdr it was worth it to increase the capacity of the batteries if it is to waste energy in halogen ... well, short)
- dial with battery charge indicator.
- basket and luggage rack

If you want I would scan you for the ad ...
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by Cuicui » 18/05/06, 10:44

Benoit said:
Interesting this "velec": http://www.monsieurdiscount.com/scooter ... -1641.html
Superclass electric bike
410 €
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by Christophe » 18/05/06, 10:45

Cuicui wrote: Superclass electric bike
410 €


It has SuperClass that the name ... that of crossroads makes bcp + serious.

240 V battery ??? Isn't there 1 zero extra?
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by tigrou_838 » 18/05/06, 11:01

Hello everyone,

yes christophe, look at the bike data, battery at 24v and not 240.

small translation error surely.

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by Christophe » 18/05/06, 11:38

yeah i saw afterwards ... on the left it's 24 on the right it's 240 ... not very serious all that ...
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