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Luna Cycle Comes out of Closet

Nov 27, 201537 Comments

Who is First read this unbiased review on luna written by the excellent reviewer Karl at   By the way Karl and I are


Electric Moped with QS hubmotor

Nov 20, 20153 Comments

Here is an electric bike made from the frame of a Puch Maxi moped. The builder is a young man named Bernd, who lives in


Haibike Xduro E-Bike Review

Nov 08, 2015No Comments

Editor note: The following review is a repost of Joe Goodwill’s awesome review on the Haibike. Nice job with excellent pictures.  For the full review


ShareRoller, a 750W friction drive

Nov 08, 201511 Comments

This is the most impressive friction drive I’ve seen so far. It uses a battery pack made from the very safe 18650-format cells that we

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New California Ebike Laws

Nov 06, 20155 Comments

The website “” is one of the sources of information I check occasionally, and they recently reposted an article by Cameron Newland about changes to


Evolution of Ebike Battery Packs

Nov 04, 20153 Comments

One of my favorite ebikes has gone through an evolution of battery pack changes in its five year life, which is a good illustration of


52V battery packs, plus the 3077 FET we lov...

Nov 02, 20158 Comments

For years, the electric bicycle market used legacy designations for power system voltages, like 24V, 36V and 48V. This was because the earliest systems used


Bafang 750W BBS02 and the New and Improved ...

Oct 10, 20158 Comments

The Bafang 750w BBS02 and its soon to be unleashed big brother the Bafang 1000W Heavy Duty is creating a stir in the DIY and

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Bafang BBSHD 1000 Watt Drive-Preview Ride

Oct 06, 20155 Comments

  Editor note: Submitted by Turbo Bob I wouldn’t be surprised to find America’s motto “More power” inscribed somewhere deep inside this new mid-drive. Folks

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Holy Horsepower Batman—Turbo Bob Join...

Oct 04, 20152 Comments

Editor note: We are proud to have Turbo Bob join our team. We welcome him and respect his work, even though he has a different take