Drymer near production?

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Drymer near production?

Post by docnjoj » Dec 23 2010 2:15pm

I just got this e-mail but my Dutch is a little rusty :oops: I think all will be revealed on Jan 3 2011?

Maybe this should go in Electric bikes?

http://www.drymer.nl/startpagina

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Re: Drymer near production?

Post by wheelbender6 » Dec 26 2010 11:41am

How many euros for that? Is there an estimate on the site?
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Post by www.recumbents.com » Dec 27 2010 1:16pm

Two versions - one is $4000 Euros, the other is $6000. Save your pennies..

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Post by wheelbender6 » Dec 31 2010 7:06pm

Hmmm. I could buy quite a few e-bikes with unbrella holders for that.
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Re: Drymer near production?

Post by bigmoose » Jan 01 2011 10:00am

My Dutch is nonexistant, but via software translation:

Traction:Hybrid drive system: Pedal Assist (bicycle with electric staircase support to maximum. 25 km/h).

Radius of action:Approximately 70 km dependent of the degree of electric support and the maximum speed at this support.

Battery:48 volts of lithium ion, 15,4Ah, incl. x2 is optional.

Engine:250 W elektromotor incorporated in the rear wheel hub

Wheels: High-quality lichtmetalen Drymervelgen. :( haven't a clue what that means!

Dimension: Length = 2.01 m., breadth = 0.84 m.

To slow down:Hydraulic disk brakes on both voorwielen and mechanical disk brake on rear wheel.

Type:The Drymer are a bicycle with three wheels, two voorwielen and one rear wheel. The wheel framework to the front is provide with kantelmechanisme. The rear wheel has an one-armed framework. The wheel is provide with an electric traction with staircase support. The electronic system, with a file aid to 6 km, ensures that at reaching a speed of 25 km/h the elektromotorondersteuning are eliminated, so that it concerns a bicycle legally. Because of this carrying a helmet, a motorbike certificate and characterising plates is not necessary.


It clearly needs more power! :twisted: Het vergt meer macht!

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Re: Drymer near production?

Post by zenon » Jan 03 2011 9:51pm

Pricey but nice, I wonder how will it performs at around 3 kilo watts mod., and compare to a ground scraping tadpole :)

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Re: Drymer near production?

Post by michaelplogue » Jan 04 2011 7:19am

I think this is a great design, and very well suited to city commuting. It's upright configuration gives it much more visibility to drivers. However, it could definately use a significant power upgrade......

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Post by Gordo » Jan 04 2011 11:57am

bigmoose wrote:My Dutch is nonexistant, but via software translation:

Traction:Hybrid drive system: Pedal Assist (bicycle with electric staircase support to maximum. 25 km/h).

Radius of action:Approximately 70 km dependent of the degree of electric support and the maximum speed at this support.

Battery:48 volts of lithium ion, 15,4Ah, incl. x2 is optional.

Engine:250 W elektromotor incorporated in the rear wheel hub

Wheels: High-quality lichtmetalen Drymervelgen. :( haven't a clue what that means! lichtmetalen=alloy

Dimension: Length = 2.01 m., breadth = 0.84 m.

To slow down:Hydraulic disk brakes on both voor (front) wielen (wheels) and mechanical disk brake on rear wheel.

Type:The Drymer are a bicycle with three wheels, two voorwielen and one rear wheel. The wheel framework to the front is provide with kantelmechanisme (pedals). The rear wheel has an one-armed framework. The wheel is provide with an electric traction with staircase (pedal) support. The electronic system, with a file aid to 6 km, ensures that at reaching a speed of 25 km/h the elektromotorondersteuning are eliminated, so that it concerns a bicycle legally. Because of this carrying a helmet, a motorbike certificate and characterising (registration) plates is not necessary.


It clearly needs more power! :twisted: Het vergt meer macht!

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Re: Drymer near production?

Post by oldpiper » Jan 04 2011 12:08pm

Gordo wrote:
bigmoose wrote: Type:The Drymer are a bicycle with three wheels, two voorwielen and one rear wheel. The wheel framework to the front is provide with kantelmechanisme (pedals). The rear wheel has an one-armed framework. The wheel is provide with an electric traction with staircase (pedal) support. The electronic system, with a file aid to 6 km, ensures that at reaching a speed of 25 km/h the elektromotorondersteuning are eliminated, so that it concerns a bicycle legally.
Darn, I thought it would maybe be a setup so that I could arrive at work automatically on the third floor, or it would pop out feet to get up and down the steps. At least the 6K Euro model. :(

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Re: Drymer near production?

Post by Hillhater » Jan 04 2011 7:43pm

another cleaver design that misses the point somewhat.
I didnt see any weight quoted, which probably means its north of 50kg !
All that neat suspension and weather proofing doesnt come cheap or light !
You would need all those 250watts to help pedal into the wind or that up the first hill ... but then again the Dutch dont have too many hills i guess ! :cry:
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Re: Drymer near production?

Post by docnjoj » Jan 05 2011 8:26am

zenon wrote:Pricey but nice, I wonder how will it performs at around 3 kilo watts mod., and compare to a ground scraping tadpole :)

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That tilt technology should make the cornering pretty good and they have to comply with the 250 watt European limits. Maybe they have one of those "limiter wires" on the controller that one could cut for more power?
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Re: Drymer near production?

Post by bluesrocks » Jun 28 2012 11:46am

Cool design, especially like tilt's-like-a-bike. I would also like to see a larger standard motor.

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Re: Drymer near production?

Post by SamTexas » Jun 28 2012 12:21pm

Looks like a winner to me. Price is high, but then so is everything in Denmark. Just wait a year and there will be plenty of Taiwanese and Chinese clones at half the price.

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Post by Hillhater » Jun 28 2012 8:06pm

SamTexas wrote:... Just wait a year and there will be plenty of Taiwanese and Chinese clones at half the price.
I dont see them yet ?? .....this thread was started 18 months ago ! :roll:
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Re: Drymer near production?

Post by LockH » Feb 19 2018 10:57am

[bump]

Looks like they're still a "going concern"...

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Image seen on their Facebook site:
https://www.facebook.com/Drymer

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Re: Drymer near production?

Post by Hillhater » Feb 19 2018 5:02pm

Certainly still making/selling velos, but i dont see the tadpole leaner anywhere on their shop site ?
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Post by Toorbough ULL-Zeveigh » Feb 20 2018 10:52am

and what duz THAT tell u?
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Re: Drymer near production?

Post by LockH » Feb 20 2018 2:46pm

Hillhater wrote:
Feb 19 2018 5:02pm
Certainly still making/selling velos, but i dont see the tadpole leaner anywhere on their shop site ?
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https://www.drymer.nl/occasions/ :wink:
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Post by Hillhater » Feb 20 2018 6:45pm

Ahh !..... Thanks, that will teach me to look in the "shop" section for items to buy !!
Nice, and even an electric version,...but sure is a spendy little critter . :shock:
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Post by LockH » Feb 20 2018 8:23pm

Hehe... Funny Dutch... gotta a different word for EVerything (URL filed as "occasions"...) :roll:

ps... :lol:

Can ya imagine some thief trying to "sneak away" riding that?
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