New electric mountain bike frame by Phasor Cycles

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Re: New electric mountain bike frame by Phasor Cycles

Postby BlackArrow » Fri Feb 03, 2012 1:59 pm

Andje wrote: Hey black arrow, if you have your own opinions then feel free to discuss them in this public forum :)


Already done, I appreciated this frame its well made, great looking at great price :wink:

Andje wrote:
If you have some ideas on why I'm wrong we can go discuss them somewhere else without flame-thread-jacking maybe?


The best idea I have is please design your own frame for less than a 1000 $ and will be happy to discuss with you somewhere else, deal?

I'm sorry that you can't afford this frame at 1500 $ with your wallet but is not the purpose of this trade period. :D
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Re: New electric mountain bike frame by Phasor Cycles

Postby Andje » Fri Feb 03, 2012 2:26 pm

Haha... the funniest part is how hypocrites always reveal themselves Black Arrow.
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Re: New electric mountain bike frame by Phasor Cycles

Postby GCinDC » Fri Feb 03, 2012 2:44 pm

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More pics of progress please!

Chain fit okay?

What rims are those?

anything to get this back on topic!
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Re: New electric mountain bike frame by Phasor Cycles

Postby o00scorpion00o » Fri Feb 03, 2012 2:57 pm

GCinDC wrote:
More pics of progress please!

Chain fit okay?

What rims are those?

anything to get this back on topic!



Yeah, back on topic, I can't wait to see the finished product.

By the way what rims are they, they are huge ?
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Re: New electric mountain bike frame by Phasor Cycles

Postby SHiFT » Fri Feb 03, 2012 3:09 pm

Back on topic you say?!

Obama's romney is economy and health care, but I think religion my politics unemployment?? Explain how I'm wrong. :lol:

Just kidding! Making light of the thread's recent diversion is all.

I am hoping to see more completed pics as well. Also, built weights and such. Specifications please. :D

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Re: New electric mountain bike frame by Phasor Cycles

Postby ohzee » Fri Feb 03, 2012 3:10 pm

Yea - that is a lot of money to me , but if it looks as good as I think it will It's very very tempting.
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Re: New electric mountain bike frame by Phasor Cycles

Postby Drunkskunk » Fri Feb 03, 2012 4:31 pm

So would you be willing to sell one just like that? Bare metal and no side covers? I might want to be an early adapter.

But I'd want to weld in my own battery trays and cable guides, and I think I'd like it in a brushed metal finish and clear coat it my self.

I'd be willing to be a beta tester if that frame will be compatible with what I'm planning.
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Re: New electric mountain bike frame by Phasor Cycles

Postby Deutch420 » Fri Feb 03, 2012 8:23 pm

With all the price hating, i just wanted to say that if the bike preforms as well as it looks i WILL be buying one. With all the money ive spent with this hobby, im fine with $1350. Even at 1500 you can still build something better than a bomber for 1/2 the price. Lets not forget were paying for his time as well. Without profit there is no reason for him to build. This is America, right? (for some of us:-) )

Cant wait for a tested, finished product. Just give me the word and ill send funds! Hell, i already have my powder coat color picked! I might even get ghosted realistic lightning bolts airbrushed in. :twisted:
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Re: New electric mountain bike frame by Phasor Cycles

Postby dpearce » Sat Feb 04, 2012 1:09 pm

Freshly dipped in antifreeze...
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Re: New electric mountain bike frame by Phasor Cycles

Postby o00scorpion00o » Sat Feb 04, 2012 1:19 pm

Looking good! :mrgreen:

Btw, what would it cost to ship to Europe?
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Re: New electric mountain bike frame by Phasor Cycles

Postby dpearce » Mon Feb 06, 2012 12:54 am

This color is crazy, it looks different from every angle, it doesn't really come out in the pictures though. It is all together and ready to go, I am working on getting the battery pack together which might take some time, still getting all the parts together.
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Re: New electric mountain bike frame by Phasor Cycles

Postby ohzee » Mon Feb 06, 2012 12:58 am

Looks like one sexy a$$ machine.
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Re: New electric mountain bike frame by Phasor Cycles

Postby Deutch420 » Mon Feb 06, 2012 4:21 am

I think it moved.. No, no.. It defintly moved! :shock:

Ill send you a pre-wired 100v 20ah LiPo battery pack so you can get beta testing that sexy machine faster! im serious, just take it off my tab!

Looks awesome!

Faster, faster, faster!!!!
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Re: New electric mountain bike frame by Phasor Cycles

Postby o00scorpion00o » Mon Feb 06, 2012 8:25 am

That's the dogs Bollocks! :mrgreen:
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Re: New electric mountain bike frame by Phasor Cycles

Postby GCinDC » Mon Feb 06, 2012 8:56 am

photobucket is blocked for me (and i'm sure a ton of others) at work... :cry:
just see broken images in the last post. any chance you (or someone else) can upload to ES?
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Re: New electric mountain bike frame by Phasor Cycles

Postby o00scorpion00o » Mon Feb 06, 2012 9:06 am

That's great colour and will make you a lot more visible on the road.

The cheapest 200 mm forks I can find are around 600 Euro's on chainreaction ?

Rear shock is about 350 Euro's. :cry:

I can't wait to see how the BMC holds up to abuse!

I think you would be better off mounting the controller outside ?
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Re: New electric mountain bike frame by Phasor Cycles

Postby BlackArrow » Mon Feb 06, 2012 9:12 am

Dpearce,

Wow, love it :wink: :D :D

Good day!
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Re: New electric mountain bike frame by Phasor Cycles

Postby bzhwindtalker » Mon Feb 06, 2012 11:18 am

Awesome work! I love the color
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Re: New electric mountain bike frame by Phasor Cycles

Postby snellemin » Mon Feb 06, 2012 11:30 am

Great looking bike. Color just pops mang.
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Re: New electric mountain bike frame by Phasor Cycles

Postby pwbset » Mon Feb 06, 2012 2:04 pm

Coming together nicely!
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Re: New electric mountain bike frame by Phasor Cycles

Postby damcard » Mon Feb 06, 2012 2:40 pm

Very nice. When do you think these will be available? The tread on those tires is almost flat with that wide rim. :) -Damcard
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Re: New electric mountain bike frame by Phasor Cycles

Postby SHiFT » Mon Feb 06, 2012 2:43 pm

A Lamborghini color for what is sure to be a lamborghini of an e-bike.
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Re: New electric mountain bike frame by Phasor Cycles

Postby Willow » Mon Feb 06, 2012 4:06 pm

sexual.
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Re: New electric mountain bike frame by Phasor Cycles

Postby Hyena » Mon Feb 06, 2012 6:32 pm

Looking good guys, +1 on the colour. Is it painted or powder coated ?
How wide are those rims and tires ? The tire look almost too small for the rim!

Time to go abuse it and make sure it doesn't break before starting mass production ? :)
o00scorpion00o wrote:The cheapest 200 mm forks I can find are around 600 Euro's on chainreaction ?
Rear shock is about 350 Euro's. :cry:

I'm sure the guys at phasor could negotiate a better price from other suppliers on suitable gear for a bulk OEM order. The greyborg team managed to get a significant reduction on suspension prices from retail to supply with their frames.
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Re: New electric mountain bike frame by Phasor Cycles

Postby kiqnkf » Mon Feb 06, 2012 11:54 pm

It's a work of art.

The pride of accomplishment you must be feeling would be fantastic. To build something like this from a few pieces of metal by your own hand is outstanding.

It cannot possibly feel as good to ride as just to look at? Or can it.....????

I am a fitter+turner, and an electrician, and my hobby is wrecking/restoring classic muscle cars - $1500 to me, looks like a bargain, $600 for front shocks, $400 for rear shock, then your choice of elec combo, say $2000 for motor, controller, batteries, (Hyena kit???) and $2000 on things like front wheel, tyres, cranks, derailers, brakes, odds and ends - Full-Custom for about $6500?? (Is it even possible to spend US$10k)Thats Ferrari ebike, for Pontiac GTO money, IMO.

Can somebody smarter than me (most of you) have a go at working this out please? A basic one (Say 3kW, 50k range, and 6kW 80k range?)
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