Jeremy Harris wrote:
Ouch! I'd guessed they'd mark up the price a bit, but that seems crazy. It's almost enough of a mark up to tempt me into getting my local CNC place to make some nice brackets and put together a more competitively priced kit................
I was already thinking the same - similar mounting plate for my Kona Stab DH bike. But I am in Switzerland, and manual labour is f..ing expensive here.
You can make a model from the cardboard, try it on your bike and then order from the workshop. Their website should the complete picture.
But these guys have not solved the main Cyclone 1200W issue - 1200W 48V (with 14T freewheel to DH 32T chainwheel) will spin too fast to pedal! One need to use 13T freewheel and 52-60T chainwheel, which will look stupid on a DH bike and eat all the ground clearance...
The kit mounts on ISCG standard mount (standard for DH/FR bikes), but I think you can screw it directly on (under) the Bottom Bracket of the standard MTB, right?