Not sure I would compare the torque and reliability to China girl or anything much else with an IC engine, but yes click on the installation instructions link. Thanks!Nice!
But I'm not sure I really understand it. Is this an electric version of, say, a china girl with a shift kit? And does the motor mount in the same place as the china girl would?
When people go electric they mainly:excellent idea! I think being able to shift will also save on battery power on long flat roads since you wouldnt have to give full power to go full speed.
I used to have a 48v electric bike with front hub motor so know a bit on the subject.
Not in the foreseeable future. We have lots of thoughts like that, many ideas from you and other great customers. How commercially viable? Sometimes we never know. The heavy haul type of thing would be limited by customer base, but the hybrid part appeals to me big time. Electric around people and town, gas on the open road.Will Sick Bike Parts do a hybrid system, where the engine can be used to recharge the battery and work in conjunction with the electric motor for boost power when doing heavy hauls?
I share the same sentiment because when travelling on bicycle trails it would be hugely advantageous to turn off the internal combustion engine and cruise along without upsetting any of the more uptight cyclists (the very people who will report you to the police for being an evil anti-social menace on the bicycle trail) and who frown on an internal combustion engine running in a bike.the hybrid part appeals to me big time. Electric around people and town, gas on the open road.