Hyena wrote:Unfortunately the camera wasn't rolling when it got away on him when setting off, going completely from under him and plowing up in the middle of the road.
As you can see from the vid there's a big blur on my gopro lens.
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ROG130 wrote:fab vid good to see you and your dad on the bikes just lost my dad from the big c so him and me will never get the chance but this vid said it all thanks for posting it now i will have to get bikes my dad and me where working on finished and go for a run and have some fun
ROG130 wrote:fab vid good to see you and your dad on the bikes just lost my dad from the big c so him and me will never get the chance
GCinDC wrote:thank god it wasn't as bad as what happened to methods dad.
bummer about the lens! is it the case lens, or the camera proper?
Dueling bikes is sweet! I'm just getting there myself. Now I can show my guests to proper hospitality (but hopefully not the 'hospital' part of that)
knoxie wrote:My dad would have so loved the ebikes I ride now, he used to tool around on all sorts of motorbikes in the fifties and sixties, I have all these great pictures of him looking like James Dean
knoxie wrote:yeah Jay normally rocks along with one of these
Jaffasoft wrote:Just wanted to post to say its good to see someone that has passion for what they do and the story from the early begginings.
Glad I was able to entrust hyena to build me a system for "dummies" and to just get on and start riding leveraging not having to go through all the experimental stages. ESP when I didn't have a lot of time on my hands.
I bought a 2000watt 36v 15 amp hr polly battery kit and had it posted all the way from Sydney down to Hamilton, victoria, Australia from Hyena and the bike has been oresome, it went down a long hill on very first new batteries at 52 kilometers an hr it was flyen, for a pushbike this is fast and it never went that fast again but gets average 50 but it always averages 42 on the flat and can get up any hills i encounter at bout 30k. I never pedal i tell ppl after forty yrs old you dont have to pedal anymore lol.
I recormend any Aussies and the world for that matter deal through hyena as he has good follow up after sale service. I've got to contact u about something soon actually Hyena.
Tinto wrote:Jay are you running 24" wheels front and rear?
Did you get a chance to ride this bike with 26, and if so was there much difference in handling?
Which one is more stable at speed?
It is probably a question for the general section, but I'm interested in the effect of being slightly lower has on handling and stability.
The idea of a strong set of 24" wheels on an ebike is growing on me.
But I'll take 26" if I'm moving under my own steam
GCinDC wrote: how wide is it?
were you tempted to fill up the triangle?
i keep wondering if there's a perfectly sized extruded aluminum box that can can be trimmed and folded at the ends where it gets welded to BB & headtube...
more pics of the whole job?
i kinda feel sorry for all your spare inner tubes - they'll have to find new work soon, or else they'll turn to the bottle.
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