Stevil_Knevil wrote:This will be a 'run what you brung' race, yes?
MotorBicycleRacing wrote:There will be a 5000 kw generator provided by the track for you
ebike guys this time.
johnrobholmes wrote:11hp limit? We know you aren't Safe
Sounds like a fun race, hope the turnout is strong for you!
Thud wrote:I am acheing for some good raceing!
comon guys, you only live once & you can't take it with you.
Its only 2091 miles for me......
liveforphysics wrote:Pirelli ML75 tires it is then. It's a tire that is safe for the loads of powered bicycle racing, and that's all I care about. Racing is inherently risky enough without needing to worry about tires shredding apart (happened to me twice on bicycle tires now).
No regulations on having a good brake setup I hope? I've got a drawer of warped, cracked, and/or folded downhill mt.bike bicycle rotors that tells me bicycle brakes are NOT safe for aggressive powered racing.
I will bring something as light as I can make it while not exceeding 11hp, not running more than the Pirelli ml75 tires on bicycle rims, and of course having functional pedals.
SoSauty wrote:generally <9K peak input, 8.1K output almost 11 electric hp
dual motors sum <9K
Turnigy's, Colossus, Astros, others,
<9K input for hubbies C9s, 53XXs, Stoke Monkey, BMC, others
Jay64 wrote:Can we enter in more than one class? Not saying that I will make anything badass enough to need it, but it might be cool to swap out rims and run motorcycle tires in the unlimted race to see what difference it might make.
Jay64 wrote:I'm trying to work out some details right now, but yes, I do want to try to come from Florida.
Jay64 wrote:Btw, I know you want to really keep this as a bicycle race, but I was wondering if it will be legal to have any type of slipsteam body work or bubbles in the front. I know this would probably really make them look like they were no longer bicycles. But figured that I need to at least ask.
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