Their (in English) website:Bough Bikes is a world leader in the field of handmade all-wood bicycles, having produced over 300 pedal-powered two-wheelers from sustainably harvested French Oak. Now the Dutch manufacturer is, ahem, branching out into electrobikes, showing off two prototype electric wooden bikes at this year's NYCxDesign. - See more at: http://inventorspot.com/articles/worlds ... 88Aat.dpuf
developed by industrial design lance rake, the HERObike is a road bicycle made of composite woven bamboo and carbon fiber framework.
Seen here:Crossbow by Gnosis PD
by Richard Malachowski
The Crossbow concept is a recumbent trike powered by two front electric motors, front shock absorbers and an Omni wheel as a rear wheel. The Omni allows the driver to steer in close angle and drift along the curves for an extreme fun driving experience.
That's an amazing creation. I love that jumbo bamboo down tube and the bamboo spokes!Voltron wrote:Calfee "Flinststone" woodie with BBSHD... sweet chainstays and spoked wheels.
Hehe... Not the "worlds oldest bicycle" with battery-electric-assist. (Hehe... Sorry...)The fingers wrote: ↑Jan 23, 2018 4:43 amhttp://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/01 ... used-barn/
Caution: May give some guys a woodie...The Toecutter wrote: ↑Jan 24, 2018 9:37 pmhttps://velomobileseminar2012.blogspot. ... n-eva.html
seem to recall a baterry made with cellulose but a wood eclectic motor might be hard 2find.LockH wrote: ↑Jan 23, 2018 11:18 pmHehe... Not the "worlds oldest bicycle" with battery-electric-assist. (Hehe... Sorry...)The fingers wrote: ↑Jan 23, 2018 4:43 amhttp://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/01 ... used-barn/
They used to put the electrical charge directly to one leg at a time. Worked well no matter how tired you got.
I guess that depends....
More (English language) here (rent one the next time yer in Vienna...):Thanks to a hitherto very successful crowdfunding campaign, an electric version of the wooden bicycle from Austria is soon to be developed.