Robot/goped guy

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by capturedbyrobots, Jan 26, 2008.

  1. Hey there MBC,
    I love your site.
    I understand I need to introduce myself.......
    I am new to motorized bikes, but come from a very obsessive goped
    habit. I've very into making my own stuff,
    and have made my own stand up goped style scooter out of a Yamaha Jog scooter with the CVT.
    I'm really proud of it.
    Here's a shot
    http://www.capturedbyrobots.com/images/jogpedupdate.jpg

    I also build robots, I have a rock band entirely made up of robots
    that I made myself. They actually play all the instruments. Pneumatic powered.
    I tour all over the US and make my living with it.
    http://www.capturedbyrobots.com


    I'm going to be motorizing my bicycle soon, either with my Zenoah
    G23lh spindle driven, or I "might" use an extra G43l I have and mount a sprocket on the rear wheel, mounting the engine above the rear tire.

    Anyways, nice to be here.
     
    Last edited: Jan 27, 2008

  2. fetor56

    fetor56 Guest

    G'day man,welcome to MBc.
    EXCELLENT....you sound like you will fit-in perfectly,and we can learn from eachother.........cool job/hobby.

    BTW...u could do with a bigger engine on that Goped....kiddin. :cool:
     
  3. Thanks,
    it's only 50cc though, it's the CVT which is so big....
     
  4. srdavo

    srdavo Active Member

    Welcome to MBc

    I checked out your site. really cool!

    feel free to start a thread in our "White Zone" & tell us all about the "Band".
    I know I have a bunch of questions for ya.... :cool:

    heck, we'll even watch you build a motored bike :D
     
  5. azbill

    azbill Active Member

    welcome to MBc ! :D
    cool site
    your band rocks :D:D
     
  6. wavygravy

    wavygravy Guest

    welcome robot dude!
     
  7. mickey

    mickey Guest

    Welcome aboard
     
  8. dbigkahunna

    dbigkahunna Guest

    Welcome from the Giant Side of Texas!
     
  9. spad4me

    spad4me Member

    Very original band . Are they animatronic servo controlled.
    Programmable ?
    Welcome here .
     
  10. quay1962

    quay1962 Guest

    welcome

    Hi,
    someone saw fit to bump this thread so howdy again captured by robots...i see you posted yesterday so i know you are still around..how are your projects going? Good luck and happy motoring!
     
  11. spad4me

    spad4me Member

    That would be me .
    Just want to meet some one who can do.
    As far as gopeds go captured by robots can do .

    Maybe as well as motorized bicycles.
     
  12. datz510

    datz510 Member

    Wicked band!! [​IMG] Don't let the robots push you around too much...

    You'll fit in perfectly here!
     
  13. It's nice to be welcomed again , even though I've been
    here for more than 6 months and have built 1 mb already...
    But... Thanks again everyone.
    The band is on hiatus until next year, so i'm just playing with my motorized toys.
     
  14. spad4me

    spad4me Member

    I believe that i want to build a motorized bicycle based on your goped

    No kidding. Please PM me.
    I would like to ask you some questions about a cvt on a motorized bicycle.

    I will build one based upon your posted designs.
    Have a good day
     
    Last edited: Jun 8, 2008
  15. I haven't done it for a bike yet,
    as the gear ratio issue is wrong. It's easy with a 10 inch goped wheel.
    Not so easy with a 26 incher. Gotta get the gear ratio right first.
    I'm working on it now.
     
  16. davidsis

    davidsis Guest

    Cool, you will really love the motorized bicycles. How fast does scooter go?
     
  17. I know, I already do. :)
    Remember, I already made one and have been a member since January.
    I posted a thread about my MB in " rack mount" long ago.
    http://www.motoredbikes.com/showthread.php?t=8670


    My CVT goped runs about 40.
    My MB with a 40 cc tanaka scrubber drive runs about 35ish.
     
  18. spad4me

    spad4me Member

    A happy time has a 4 to 1 jackshaft built in.
    Engine rpm about 6,000.
    Then a huge reduction through the jackshaft.
    The driven sprocket is a ten tooth driving a 415 or .81 BMX chain.
    Final sprocket size is usually 44 tooth.