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Old 01-20-20, 01:54 AM
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Full suspension BH Rebel Lynx 5.5 with Yamaha PW-X mid-drive motor.

https://emotionbikesusa.com/rebel-lynx-pwx/

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Old 01-20-20, 05:22 AM
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Full suspension BH Rebel Lynx 5.5 with Yamaha PW-X mid-drive motor.

https://emotionbikesusa.com/rebel-lynx-pwx/

Wow, Sturdy, aggressive looking bike!
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Old 01-31-20, 07:52 PM
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Stealth hidden ebike conversion here, on a 1973 Raleigh. Wheels and motor were ex EasyGo Race Easy Motion.


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Old 02-05-20, 08:33 PM
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Stealth is right! I had to look hard to see the rear hub motor. Very nice and classic bike. It would look perfectly at home parked by a table at an outdoor bistro while you sip on a latte.👍

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Stealth hidden ebike conversion here, on a 1973 Raleigh. Wheels and motor were ex EasyGo Race Easy Motion.


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Old 02-05-20, 09:04 PM
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Stealth is right! I had to look hard to see the rear hub motor. Very nice and classic bike. It would look perfectly at home parked by a table at an outdoor bistro while you sip on a latte.👍
Id have really liked to have the new hubs laced to the old rims to keep it even more stealth, but it was cost prohibitive. I should be all done at 200.

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Old 02-09-20, 11:12 AM
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New commuter for my 2020 season.. purchased with eBay rebate for under $800 shipped to my house.



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Old 02-18-20, 11:51 AM
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Ah yes. Another "stealthy" e-bike that doesn't advertise or give very many hints if any that it is one. Maybe this is a growing trend? Looks great! Enjoy it.

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New commuter for my 2020 season.. purchased with eBay rebate for under $800 shipped to my house.


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Old 04-05-20, 11:46 PM
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These stealth builds are dope! Gotta get me an electric bike. So many of them haul MUCH ass!

What's the fastest one out right now?
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Old 04-12-20, 07:26 PM
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new build for 2020

hay guys built this electric cargobike last year



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Old 04-19-20, 10:52 AM
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BMC AMP Cross LTD

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Old 04-20-20, 11:14 AM
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my thrid ebike

Here is my newest ebike build. It's 1500 watts with a 52v 20ah battery. It will hit 36mph. Need to fin


shed the rear box lids.
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Old 04-26-20, 02:46 AM
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1500 watts and 36 mph-- Fast! I built one with 1000 and 30 mph-- Thought that was too fast!
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Old 04-26-20, 02:49 AM
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Hot lookin' bike-- tell us more!
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Old 05-02-20, 07:06 PM
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Interesting thread!! Makes me want an electric bike!!
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My new e-bike arrived at the shop today. Went in to pick up my gravel bike from service, (it wasn't ready), and the shop tech said my new bike was delivered just a few minutes earlier. It will take a few days to build up. Got a screaming deal. It's a Pinarello Dyodo. Normally way above what I'm willing to pay, but the national distributor is sitting on a whole bunch which became a victim of the coronavirus and bad marketing research. They want to move them and are about $2,500 off normal MSRP. I also purchased the extra battery which mounts in the bidon cage on the seat downtube. It effectively doubles the range.

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Old 05-10-20, 07:13 PM
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My new e-bike arrived at the shop today. Went in to pick up my gravel bike from service, (it wasn't ready), and the shop tech said my new bike was delivered just a few minutes earlier. It will take a few days to build up. Got a screaming deal. It's a Pinarello Dyodo. Normally way above what I'm willing to pay, but the national distributor is sitting on a whole bunch which became a victim of the coronavirus and bad marketing research. They want to move them and are about $2,500 off normal MSRP. I also purchased the extra battery which mounts in the bidon cage on the seat downtube. It effectively doubles the range.

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Good lookin' Tell us the specs?
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Old 05-10-20, 11:23 PM
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Good lookin' Tell us the specs?
Bike mostly as spec'd as from the factory, with a few minor modifications to suit me. Mechanicals are SRAM Force 22 all around. Hydraulic disc brakes, compact cranks, 11-32 cassette. The changes I made was a Sella SMP Lite 209 saddle instead of the MOst OEM saddle, a 44cm C-C compact Deda Elementi bar instead of the 46cm C-C MOst supplied bar, a SRAM Garmin out-front mount, a seatpost bracket for my Dinotte rear blinky, and a Garmin cadence/speed sensor on the chain stay.

Electrically, the Dyodo uses the ebikemotion X35 system with a iWoc One controller on the top tube near the head tube. The supplemental battery bracket takes the seat post bidon mount, so I have to ride with a single bottle. The extra battery plugs into the recharging port near the bottom bracket. In use, power is drawn from the internal main downtube battery and the auxiliary battery recharges the main battery until exhausted. Once exhausted, the main battery is the only one supplying juice. Power assist cuts out at 20 mph, but I often found myself going slightly faster and it felt like I was still getting an assist.

Even with the power assist, I needed a recovery day today and didn't ride, even though it was wonderful weather. Got a good workout yesterday and set a whole bunch of PRs.
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