RYNO Motors Full Story
This is a great story on the early days of RYNO Motors. See our latest creation pre-production show bike at our web-site and pre-order at http://rynomotors.com/store and don't forget to buy a Tee Shirt: http://rynomotors.com/ryno-tee-shirts/
Electric Powerd Bicycle "racing"
ソーラーバイシクルレースのために作っている自転車で す。モーター周りが完成したので試しに回してみました 。 電装は超適当なので見た目悪いですが、あしからず。 http://wsbr-challenge.blogspot.com/
Go-Ped Riot 46 Gas Pit Bike Scooter
http://urbanscooters.com/cgi-bin/urbanscooters/RIOT46.html The Go-Ped Riot 46 picks up where the Go-Ped Riot 29 leaves off. The Riot 46 sports an upgrade to the power plant and tires. You'll get a 4.5 HP GP460RS gas powered engine pushing this bad boy to a top speed of 30 mph. 4" x 11" Carlisle "Badlands" knobby pneumatic tires are standard. The Riot 46 meets the demand from pit bike riders for a high powered, premium quality, super compact, lightweight, low cost off-road bike. Using the patented Trail Ripper adjustable suspension system in the front and rear, it offers riders great off-road capabilities with 6" of travel on each end. The GoPed Riot 46 weighs in at only 48 lbs. It's designed for maximum fun in a hassle free package that can be carried just about anywhere. The gel-filled seat is adjustable to fit your needs, and also detaches for easy storage. * Video footage used with permission from GoPed / Patmont Motor Werks. For more information, click the link at the top of the page.
Lunartic_Hubless Wheel Prototype.mov
Lunartic is a Loughborough University Design and Technology final year project by Luke Douglas. The aim was to use a hubless wheel to create a compact bicycle, with the benefits of a large wheel and belt drive. Hubless wheels have appeared in bicycle concepts already, and were first invented by Sbarro. However, few concepts have made it to prototype and when only used for aesthetic purposes, the disadvantage of extra cost out weights the visual gain. Lunartic uses the hubless for a reason; to house the working parts, reducing the wheel base but not sacrificing conventional riding geometry. Lunartic is supposed to be as compact as possible without folding or being awkward to ride, however there is the potential for the front wheel to fold up into the rear or for that space to be used for a laptop back, motor or dynamo. This first prototype proves the unique theory behind the design but will require further development before being ready for mass manufacture.