gwhy! wrote:Some video footage of OSET at the uk dirtbike show.. features some nice riding and the concept 24" trials bike
Nice. I thought the bracing at the front of the seat 'strut' seemed unneeded until I read that the seat strut is removable. The yellow bars are for tugging the bike out of the brush after going wide on a trail?efMX Trials Electric Freeride wrote:Bultaco Brinco 2015 moto-bike
The new Bultaco Brinco mix concepts of electric motorcycle and bicycle of mountain biking with independent motor and pedaling..
http://www.zigwheels.com/news-features/ ... led/20568/efMX Trials Electric Freeride wrote:Bultaco Brinco 2015 moto-bike ... The new Bultaco Brinco mix concepts of electric motorcycle and bicycle of mountain biking with independent motor and pedaling..
speed exceeding 60 km/h
torque 60 Nm
power of 3 kW
weight only 33 kg
range of up to 100 km ..
nine-speed pedal transmission
removable seat strut
dirt bike style tires
smart phone interface..
price 4,800 euros
We are in a very interesting phase of the development of the eBike, as major manufacturers from Honda, Suzuki, even Harley-Davidson are rolling out increasingly innovative designs that appeal to their mainstay demographic. What's not to love about these mean-machines? Oh.... 4,800 euros, $6K USD. A bit pricey, but if you're a trail-hound, this little beauty is a dream-machine.Spanish motorcycle manufacturer Bultaco has unveiled a new version of the Brinco. The original Bultaco Brinco 108 was powered by a 74cc, two-stroke powerplant while the latest edition is a pedal assisted electric mountain bike. The Bultaco Brinco is powered by a 1kWh lithium-ion battery which takes just two hours to get fully charged. Being an electric bike, torque figures are set to be impressive and the Bultaco Brinco produces a notable 60Nm of torque. The Spanish manufacturer claims that the Brinco’s torque rating is 10Nm more than the Honda CBR500R.
The Bultaco Brinco features three riding modes – ECO, Urban and Sport. If the rider uses ECO mode in conjunction with pedalling the E-Bike will have arrange of 160km. In sport mode, the motor utilises its torque rating to its maximum potential so that it can hit its top speed of 60kmph. The urban mode is a combination of the above two settings. Urban mode provides a level of performance and range between the other two settings.
stonezone why have you got the 24" in your signature? If you own one how could you get it? The store in my city doesn't list them yet.stonezone wrote:I can't get excited about anything with a hub motor...unless it's a road build.
He built his own "24"John Bozi wrote:stonezone why have you got the 24" in your signature? If you own one how could you get it? The store in my city doesn't list them yet.stonezone wrote:I can't get excited about anything with a hub motor...unless it's a road build.
I'm a 85kg big boy and play with the idea of the oset 20 as fun bike just because it looks decently priced... I'm short and grew up on bmx so like being low to the ground but can't decide if the 20 might be worth it still or just wait for the 24 to be released. It will probably look more stealth like mtb than a big guy on mini bike...