Welcome to the Electric Horsemen

Show off your E-bike creation here.
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nicobie   10 MW

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Re: Welcome to the Electric Horsemen

Post by nicobie » Jan 03 2016 2:40pm

VERY nice. It's a looker for sure!
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May your tote always stay tight and your edge eversharp :wink:

my eTownie build thread: http://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewto ... =6&t=23701

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Seven   1 W

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Re: Welcome to the Electric Horsemen

Post by Seven » Jan 03 2016 5:03pm

Was that bike ever registered?

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Willow   10 kW

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Re: Welcome to the Electric Horsemen

Post by Willow » May 03 2016 9:25pm

Thanks to the guys at ADAPTTO for the recent photo competition... Winner Winner Chicken Dinner!!

Here is the new 14KW Max-e on a Bushranger on Mt. Wellington.

...Pack is 20S 20Ah Samsung 25R with the Adaptto BMS and the charge coil on-board. Charger is 1.8KW - and lives in this leather bag - which hangs from the handlebars whilst charging. Shinko tires, Cro-motor, Moto-rims, ZEE brakes, DNM front and rear ROCK-SHOCK.
This is one sick machine. PM me if you want it to be yours.
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not dead, just sleeping

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Willow   10 kW

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Re: Welcome to the Electric Horsemen

Post by Willow » May 06 2016 4:47am

20AH 20S pack. Adaptto BMS on board... Pack has been shrink wrapped and then cased in foam-backed polypropylene and taped sealed. Makes for a very simple and rugged housing.

Pos and neg at the Anderson, BMS plug and Pre-charge XT plug (with in-line resistor).

High voltage rock and roll.
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Willow   10 kW

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Re: Welcome to the Electric Horsemen

Post by Willow » May 09 2016 6:31pm

....I still get a buzz out of this 4 years on, and having watched it hundreds of times.


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Willow   10 kW

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Re: Welcome to the Electric Horsemen

Post by Willow » Jun 04 2016 7:41pm

https://vimeo.com/169329634

A teaser of the new Bushranger in action.
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Willow   10 kW

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the Electric Horsemen

Post by Willow » Jun 15 2016 9:58pm

Jacking-on in public...

...a cheeky charge at the docks before the very quick trip home.

Getting around 50km range (riding fairly hard)... seeing 10KW and max. speed so far 102km/h, and feels solid as a rock.
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Willow   10 kW

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Re: Welcome to the Electric Horsemen

Post by Willow » Jun 24 2016 6:49pm

grab the image and spin it around... a 360 panorama of the trike in action... from about 5 years ago

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid ... =3&theater

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Willow   10 kW

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Post by Willow » Aug 15 2016 5:06am

Some photos from the weekend of my stall at the Festival of Bright Ideas in Hobart - as part of National Science Week.

4 bikes on display, 3 for sale... and one supportive wife (thanks Luv). Taking orders if you want a custom.
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Willow   10 kW

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Re: Welcome to the Electric Horsemen

Post by Willow » Sep 16 2018 4:30pm

This is me.


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