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I enjoyed it very much for 1 year. But soon I had it in my head to build one myself.
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I translate all this through a translation program. I can speak and read English myself, but writing is not possible.
A few members on this forum have already been able to follow me with the DIY of the Bmw.

 

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But in the meantime I have made other things. The e-bike was one of them.
If you read the last page about the BMW, you know roughly what has happened on the medical level. When I go back (can) start the bimer I don't know yet.
I then decided to post the e-bike here. It requires a lot of thinking, before I started..........

This time I'm going to work (again) with Carbonfiber, aluminum, wood (to make the molds) and stainless steel.
The stainless steel works will be carried out by a good friend of mine. He also sits in a wheelchair. I have no material to work with inox, and he is the king of it.

A tease.
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I may say that I am quite handy. I can work with polyester, carbon fiber, aluminum, etc. But stainless steel machining and welding I don't know anything about that, and I don't have the materials and machines for that either. After consulting with Didier (a very good friend of mine, who is also in a wheelchair), he wanted to make the stainless steel part for me. He is an artist in that field for me.

We then consulted carefully and thought about what we were going to make. I first went looking for a front fork of a bicycle, but the tough model I wanted was way too long. Then I decided to buy Triple Tree Clampste from a pit bike.
Here you can see what Didier had in mind. He wanted the look of a suspension fork, which of course is not true. More about this later.
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This is awesome! I'll subscribe to any build thread you post. Regardless of what it is you're building. :D
 

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OOOOOO yes, I can read and understand English, but I cannot write it. I work with a translation program and hope that everyone can follow that.
Once that was done, I could continue with the design of the bike. First I made a wooden support.

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The battery is in the middle and the controller next to it.

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Then I started to make a model out of wood (mdf).
I didn't want you to see the battery. This was just an ugly thing.

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That design was beautiful for me, and I could put everything in it.
 

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Here you can see that I am giving the fender some model.
For the fender alone, I cut a mold or 5 out of cardboard before I thought it was right.

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This is what my friend made from stainless steel. This can be linked to the wheelchair for the bicycle. This takes a lot of time to make it right.
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These 2 brackets are located between the 2 lower triple tree clampste . Of course there are roller bearings here.
 

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Echoing what everyone has said - I admire you for many different reasons, and I admire everything you build.

Simply mind blown when I see what was originally in your mind.....and you are able to use beautiful materials to make it a reality.

I’m so glad that your health has seemingly improved to a point that we are afforded the opportunity to marvel once again. Jason Kable has mentioned you to me several times regarding your health. He is a good friend! Looking forward to seeing more amazingness on here


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Echoing what everyone has said - I admire you for many different reasons, and I admire everything you build.

Simply mind blown when I see what was originally in your mind.....and you are able to use beautiful materials to make it a reality.

I’m so glad that your health has seemingly improved to a point that we are afforded the opportunity to marvel once again. Jason Kable has mentioned you to me several times regarding your health. He is a good friend! Looking forward to seeing more amazingness on here


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THX Dude.
I know Jason too, but I don't hear from him anymore. I did a few messages on Instagram.
Is everything ok with him ??
 

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Disc brake from Hope (180mm).
Is so good that I get off the ground with my wheelchair.

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Here you can see that the wood has of course been replaced by 5mm thick aluminum

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The controller has been given a place. The rest of the room is equipped with all cables that come together there. and there are many.
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Because I didn't want you to see any cables, a hole was milled out here

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Great workmanship, nothing short of incredible... as always!
 

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Then I covered everything with carbon. And I also made aluminum plates that I milled in Carbon. It to look cooler.


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Carbon plates will also be placed on the sides of the aluminum
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The red cap that you see is from an engine. Behind the plates is the controller and many cables. I can easily loosen the screw by hand.
 
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