SamTexas wrote:What a creation! At first look, I thought you had a small geared hub up front (in addition to the big rear hub).
What size is that frame? Looks like a 25 to me. With that much room in the triangle (if you can still call it a triangle) you should not have any problem fitting an 18s18Ah battery.
Are you going to keep the 20" wheels? How are you going to install the rear brake? Disc? Be careful pedaling. I have a "normal" bike and I still scrape my pedals and crash on turn
One minor suggestion: Instead of having the battery pack paralleled with the top tube, consider paralleling it with the downtube. A lower center of gravity might result in better handling.
Be careful pedaling. I have a "normal" bike and I still scrape my pedals and crash on turns.
One minor suggestion: Instead of having the battery pack paralleled with the top tube, consider paralleling it with the downtube. A lower center of gravity might result in better handling
Cool approach. Pedal strike not an issue, why pedal? I like to pedal, but I sure have bikes I never pedal. The low bb would be an issue in trail riding, but not on the street. She's a keeper. Keep the bike too.
Hi Brent, I like custom made things...this build cant get much more custom than that, cool bike!!! What does it feel like riding 20 inch wheels on a big frame??? I guess you have more balance because of the lower COG?
dnmun wrote:i think you have used the wrong logic about your homo bike. the guys who steal it for scrap metal won't care about the color.
but the gay boys will wanna steal it for fag value. that is 5-10 times the number of tweakers who would steal it.
plus they will always be asking you if you need a place to plug in. to get a charge loaded in your ride.
can't win for losing. just increased the odds it gets stolen.
front shock fork would be cool too. for boingy boinking.
shame on me.
Brentis wrote::lol: No way.
I love them thar' fenders
Reminds me of supermoto/ motard bikes for some reason.
For me, fenders are mandatory on a commuter .
These FULL-fenders are very functional.
Best I have used yet, even with 3" gap.
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