Craigh85 wrote:What kind of weights in a striped rolling chassi ? It sure looks light.
drewjet wrote:So what motor are you planning, how much battery, and what top speed?
What is the typical wet weight of a gas trials bike?
Will you be able to be lighter or about the same with your conversion?
Sorry for all the questions. but I have never done trials before, and it sure looks to be fun, and as long as you are not trying some of the really crazy stunts, it seems relatively safe, as the speed is not real high. There just isn't a lot of info on this forum, and I haven't got the time for other places.
I've just joined endless-sphere and am amazed at some of the builds. I'm very interested in your trials bike build. My beta rev3 is possibly going over to electric, this will be the first time I have done any e-bike/moto build so any advice and tips would be be greatly appreciated.
bzhwindtalker wrote:I started riding trial style stuff lately, I really like it! My next bike will definitely be geared more towards trial. However keeping pedals on a E-trial sucks :/ I feel like it limits the bike, but loosing pedals means loosing a lot of legitimity to ride on protected trails and do rock climbing on the seafront... Decisions, decisions..
deVries wrote:I just wanted to put my 1,000th post "here" in honor of gwhy!
Any offerings for ES coming anytime soon? This Summer or Fall?
gwhy! wrote:This was the mk2 version, the bearing housings on the jackshaft give up on mk1 after only 500 meters of testing ! at least the mk2 have survived the initial testing of pulling wheelies and bunny hopping
bzhwindtalker wrote:Damm this looks so strange! big bike, small motor... is that a 6374?
Just to know, how much does such a rolling frame cost?
I guess it weigths something between 40 and 60kg? it's still not too much considering you have a bombproof frame to bash around at 40kph with really good torque.
I'm waiting for videos
cyclesguff wrote:wow, I'm looking forward to seeing more, hopefully soon.
Is the chain from a bicycle?
deVries wrote:gwhy! wrote:This was the mk2 version, the bearing housings on the jackshaft give up on mk1 after only 500 meters of testing ! at least the mk2 have survived the initial testing of pulling wheelies and bunny hopping
That bike looks like a monster with no engine.
Is mk2 a different design than mk1 or just an upgrade to resolve the bearing issues?
Plenty of room for lots more batts.
Look'n good gwhy!
bzhwindtalker wrote:It does indeed look under-powered... considering it weigths that much. It looks like it needs x3 the power to me!
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