kits

  1. L

    I am looking for a Light weight Front wheel motor kit. I want to convert my Breezer Greenway to pedal assist. I would like an easy to remove battery.

    I don’t need long distance but I need help riding up some steep hills. I need to be able to pick up the bike to put it in my van and I am not able to lift heavy weights so I want to be able to take the wheel and battery off when I have to lift the bike. My only other wish is to have the motor...
  2. b-hatch

    Need help picking a build

    Hello, I am a college student looking to make my commute to school a little easier while also interested in taking an e bike camping in the future. However being a college student im on a pretty strict budget. I would like to spend 400ish on the kit (Everything minus the bike) I dont need a...
  3. E

    Referrals requested for adding regen braking to ebike kit

    I have a 48-volt rear-hub non-geared motored ebike assembled from a kit with 5-level PAS and a throttle. I'd like to add a regenerative braking system (ideally a 4-level system) to my ebike. I want a regen braking system so I won't have to ride my brakes so much while going down steep hills. I...
  4. E

    Referrals requested for adding regen braking to ebike kit

    [UPDATE: Please see my updated Forum entry under classified under "General Discussion"] I have a rear-hub motor ebike assembled from a kit with 5-level PAS and a throttle. I'd like to add a regenerative braking system (ideally a 4-level such system) to my ebike. I want a regen braking system...
  5. C

    durability of carbon fiber fork with front wheel motors

    I have converted a Specialized Allez road bike to e-bike with a bike kit: the battery sits on rear rack and the front wheel hub has the motor. The bike has a carbon fiber fork. I have read a carbon fiber fork is vulnerable to cracking and instantly crashing when the front wheel hub has the...