I want a 10+KW rear-drive full suspension ebike with pedals and a top speed of 50MPH

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I want a 10+KW rear-drive full suspension ebike with pedals and a top speed of 50MPH

Post by bobhurd3d » Mar 16 2021 6:53pm

I would like a 10000W minimum rear-drive full suspension ebike with pedals and a top speed of at least 50MPH. I do not wish to have hefty fat tires. I would like the ebike to be as stealthy as possible. (That's a tall order!). I will be riding it on a paved bike path and not off-road.

I am aware of the ebike rules in my state.

I do NOT want a kit. I would like a fully built ebike ready to go.

I do not want the ebike to cost more than $8000.

What ebike meets the above criteria??? I will buy it.

bob hurd

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Re: I want a 10+KW rear-drive full suspension ebike with pedals and a top speed of 50MPH

Post by bobhurd3d » Mar 19 2021 5:34am

Never mind.

I'll go with the Vector Typhoon from Germany. It's fully assembled and meets my criteria.

bob

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Re: I want a 10+KW rear-drive full suspension ebike with pedals and a top speed of 50MPH

Post by Chalo » Mar 19 2021 9:06am

Keep your motorcycle off the bike path. Your mama should have brought you up to understand this without outside help.
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Re: I want a 10+KW rear-drive full suspension ebike with pedals and a top speed of 50MPH

Post by bobhurd3d » Mar 20 2021 2:52pm

Despite the somewhat demeaning tone of your reply, you are absolutely correct. I will not use the bike path; I will likely hit and hurt somebody and myself if I do that.

Thanks for the advice!

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Re: I want a 10+KW rear-drive full suspension ebike with pedals and a top speed of 50MPH

Post by Chalo » Mar 20 2021 10:56pm

bobhurd3d wrote:
Mar 20 2021 2:52pm
Despite the somewhat demeaning tone of your reply, you are absolutely correct. I will not use the bike path; I will likely hit and hurt somebody and myself if I do that.

Thanks for the advice!
You're quite welcome!

It wouldn't be a bad idea to register, license, and insure your motorcycle while you're at it. Y'know, to be fair to the other motorcyclists.
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Re: I want a 10+KW rear-drive full suspension ebike with pedals and a top speed of 50MPH

Post by bobhurd3d » Mar 25 2021 3:52am

:bigthumb:

bob

PS I like your

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Re: I want a 10+KW rear-drive full suspension ebike with pedals and a top speed of 50MPH

Post by BVH » Apr 16 2021 10:35am

Are there any competitors to the Typhoon?

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Re: I want a 10+KW rear-drive full suspension ebike with pedals and a top speed of 50MPH

Post by nicobie » Apr 16 2021 2:24pm

You mean one like this:

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I friend built this one. It's made from a pink walmart girls bike. He called it Death bike V1.5. Pictured at one of the first ebike races.

Luke Workman aka (LFP here) is responsible for this abomination. :mrgreen:

I liked it best when it still had the colorful streamers on the handlebar grips. 8)
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my eTownie build thread: http://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewto ... =6&t=23701
Magazine article https://www.electricbike.com/nicks-etownie/

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