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Feb 11

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mmwain says:

Glen Richards tests E-power bike

Over the last two weeks Glen Richards has been testing the Ecotricity Kingston University Ion Horse 12, successor to the Ion Horse 11 which finished third in the 2011 TT Zero and got within 400 yards of completing a 103mph lap in 2012. Ion Horse 12 is completely new and features the latest version of the revolutionary YASA motor - the size...

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Aug 08

Posts: 59

couriersteve says:

Electric bike`s.

If i run low on unleaded, i`ll pull into a garage and 2 min`s later i`m back on my way. Just out of interest if this bike run`s low on charge, How long would it take to be back mobile again?.

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Jul 12

Posts: 85

2smoke says:

Electric Bikes..

I can see a use for electic bikes in the future but we are still some way off with the battery technology. Give me around 150bhp and a 100 mile minimum range and I'll start making room in the which one should I sell first..........

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Fly by night


Sep 07

Posts: 225

Fly by night says:

Battery swap

In some countries for the electric car they have already started putting in battery swap, it would make good sense to develop a vehicles that could utilise this side of things then electric bikes cars vans whatever could all be feasable.

Battery swap would be the best solution, they just need to get their finger  out to sort it out.

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Jul 12

Posts: 85

2smoke says:

In series..

How about a small petrol motor charging the batteries with all the power driven by electric - might be a bit heavy though!

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