Here are some pics from my trip to Canada a couple weeks ago. It was fun to meet a bunch of ES guys, and it's hard to even express how impressed I was with getting to see Justin's work/projects at the http://www.ebikes.ca
Super nice bunch of people, and I think Justin is responsible for the rest of Canada often being a bit dim
, my guess is that he got the shipment of brains that was intended for the whole country. (Just friendly teasing overly-sensitive Canadian members! lol)
My bike, just layed together to look like a bike, I left my damn baggy of fasteners at home!!! Do'h!
Everyone's bike in this pic is an ES member, that golden totally DIY trike was awesome! ZootKatz bike is the one holding mine up, and my first xtra-cycle experience, a little wiggle, but was quick and rode great!.
Trying a spin on this fantastic totally DIY trike welded up from scrap metal and scrap bikes, seat covering came from a discarded Italian leather sofa, and was very comfortable and fun to zip around on! Made me think about doing a trike.
Justin's amazing E-unicycle, which was very cleverly made. I got to watch him ride, and WOW! He is fast on that thing! Rides it at normal bicycle speeds! He said it gets something like 6watt-hours per km, so the pack should outlast your butt on the seat. lol
An unexpected group pic. lol
A good group pic of only endless-sphere members.
It was really a treat to meet all of you guys! Very great bunch of folks, I'm terrible with names and I don't want to botch it, maybe somebody who could get it all right could throw in edit in some username labels on the photo? (notice like a stereo-typical american, I'm mawing down on a hotdog.
The torque sensor setup on Justin dyno.
Front shot of the dyno.
This was a few minutes before I left to head back to WA. I was throughly impressed with Justin's kindness and genius, and loved the chance to see all the fun and unique creations made by a great group of ES members.
Very fun trip! I look forward to meeting you guys again perhaps next year.
PS: Canada/Vancouver was much more friendly, cleaner, and generally a lot nicer than Seattle, and the people seemed happy and friendly.