regen braking with the resonsiveness needed for a motorbike is not that easy to make and more complex, reference put to the setups of "Twike" and "twip", Roth/ go Motorboards was not the first company that hard a hard time with regen braking.
how abour cruise control ? ( http://shop.crystalyte-europe.com/produ ... ctid=16173
One or two more years will get us supercapacitors with ten times the current capacity, 30 pounds of capacitors will get you 25+ miles range of a motorbike and in excess to 50 miles on a foldable scooter or riot setup and will recharge in few minutes only.
This and the dropping protection on patents of bigger seize cells using lipo chemistry (so most probaly even better bipolar LipoÂ´s ) will fix this minor issue in the rev b "Shocker"
5-10 Years in later comes a <25lbs mini i-ped that can be charged from a usb port or by inductive charging "mats" that can be built in below bycicle baths ( alike street marking painture, powered by solar and wind energy, solar panels covered and reflective by night replacing said sreet markings) to power all sorts of pevÂ´s and mobility aid vehicles, maybe even from pure "star dust" aka microwaves of some wavelenghts hitting on nanoscale folded ( for moar surface) batterie material ( russian-jewish patent ftw).
So donÂ´t wait months for details like that, how it registrationing going ?
On a side note, getting a pedelec cruise control on the go-bike rack kit instead the thumb- only throttle would make this set competitively priced with the addon of fitting most bike setups no matter axle width, even foldable bikes ( make a second latch/hinge version to choose for if the current one is for bigger bikes), and no fuzz with hubmotor installs.
since the european law changed in 2006 itÂ´s allready legit to ride the kit if speed is limited ( "prammed down") to 25 km/h for yurop and 40 km/h as for switzerland - but needs mofa tag ( so generating fees of 80 bucks a year minimum) but no licencing/ homologation of manufacturer or drivers licence/ minimum riders age, though.
being a pedelec and not an e-bike woudld save this tag and fee and also appeals to a broader range of users, too. And as sole of your products ( yet) fully legal to use in europe, using state of the art technology ( minus brushed low rpm/ voltage engine without delta/ wye option or cruise control/ regen option, but there is allways room for improvement), it would be worth some marketing efforts of the dealers and to aquire new ones as this can be dropshipped cheaply and convenient.
IÂ´ll stop to get offtopic now, i hope there will be a new and electrifying video release of the "shocker" by soon.