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Electric Bicycle Conversion Kit Installation - Made Simple (How to Design, Choose, Install and Use an e-Bike Kit) Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 205 KB
  • Print Length: 152 pages
  • Publisher: AR Publishing Company (January 30, 2011)
  • Publication Date: January 30, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004LLIG2S
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About the Author - Claude Rosay, MBA
Claude Rosay says his book is designed to simplify, and assist with the complex decision making process involved today in regards to the acquisition and use of an electric bicycle. The author documented the decision making, options, styles, usage expectations, and results of the first electric bicycle kit he acquired, installed, and used in the Summer of 2010. As a native of West Los Angeles, cycling has always been very important to author logging thousands of miles on the beach trails and area's roads. Of primary importance to author is raising his family of three teenage children with his wife of 19 years. This is the third book Claude has published and first one he authored solely, info on all three books is available at www.ARPublish.com
Or see www.ebikebook.com for more links and info about electric bicycles.

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The first half of this book is about how green the author is or isn't. The second half is useful to anticipate issues in an electric bike conversion. Missing were two issues of concern: 1) Is an aluminum fork strong enough for the front hub motor? and 2) since most will start out with the lower cost, but heavier lead-acid battery, what are the factors involved in switching to Lithium? There are many lithium sources on the internet, it would be good to get an appraisal of them....
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I read this hoping to get more Ideas for cost effectiveness.,No not here .Tips on the best kits that lasted the longest, Not Here. Easy step by step or short cuts,Not Here. Wrapping your self in ECO flags , Yes. Health benefits, Yes. Usable information that you can only get with this book, No. I hope that It helps someone less knowledgable than me, While it was a quick read It did put a fire in my belly to build my commuter tricycle.
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Well, I think the author was very specific in the system he made the choice. There's no information about why that choice was made, why front and not rear, why 650w and not 500w or 250w.
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Meandering tale of how this guy went down the road to an electric bike. Nothing practical. Should have been titled My Philosophy on All Things Electric including Bikes.
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If your thinking of building a bike using SLA batteries, then this is a useful read. It will give you an idea what your in for in how the bike handles etc. Other then that there's not much here. The author quotes the much more useful "Build your own electric bike" by Matthew Slinn. That's the book to get.
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this was a cheap reader. don't not help me fix my bike. this was a book that read like a old popular mechanic magazine not a how to book.
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This was a very good book, with considerable information about choosing bIkes, environmental reasons for bIkes, eBike activities and groups, all kinds of bIkes and regulatory requirements....much of it interesting and well-written, but only about a quarter of the book was dedicated to the actual subject of the title. I didn't mind, since the other information was more useful to me personally, but it might be to someone wanting an in-depth manual on this subject. That was my only criticism, actually.
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