I like it where Patton says about the enemy " We are not going to just kill you. We are going to use your guts to
grease our (tank) tracks" He said something like that. We used to have real men.
I hunted for my camera and found it under the back seat of my truck. What the F*#@.
Anyways, here are some pics.
All the electrical is tacky, but will all be contained between the plates. The batteries
will be attached to a quick disconnect skid plate (see the original sketch at the beginning),
so the idea is that you flip the bike upside down (onto the seat and handlebars) and pop off
the skid plate with the batteries attached and put on a skid plate with fresh batteries and away you go.
To me the ideal scene would be to have a BMX track that looped so it was continuous. It would have
several sets of double jumps and bowl turns so you didn't loose much momentum. You would
go out on your electric downhill bike and ride the track like it is was a mini supercross track. You
would pull off when your batteries went flat and you would go rest and work on the bike and put
some fresh batteries on and go out again. Shampoo, rinse, repeat until you got too tired, or crashed
too hard or broke your bike. Sick, I know, but that is just me.