Nov 102017
 

We build and sell custom crafted off-road electric bicycles.

Our current stock is a Cortina v4 and a Dyno Deuce electric bike.

Both use the fabulous BBSHD mid drive motor kit – which features both a PAS (pedal assist) and manual throttle control.

We can custom build an electric bike for you using the BBSHD or 3kW Cyclone motor kits.

We can build one for you – Contact us!

Contact us for prices.

Nov 102017
 

We make custom machined Eccentric Bottom Braclet Adapters for the Dyno Frame.
The adapters will also work on any American bottom bracket shell to allow the BBSHD to fit.

Jul 262017
 

DYNOeDeuce – BBSHD – Current project.

The image is a bit grainy because it’s a mock up of 3 different layers and a tracing paper overlay. The bike is a GT DYNO Deuce. Check out the cool lines of the seat and chain stays – so lovely – elegant even.

My new eBike project the GT DYNOeDeuce. The bike is the quintessential SoCal cruiser – designed in Santa Anna in the late 1990’s.

This version sports custom triple crown forks. I will add disc brakes, clipons, lights and horn, and that fabulous BBSHD electric motor kit and 52v 13.5ah lithium battery. More traditional seat with a black seat post, or a cafe racer seat.

The hand crafted “body work” will be black anodized 6061 T6 aluminum. The lights and horn will make it street legal as a motor vehicle – because it’s FAST.

Apr 132017
 

eCortina V4 – BBSHD and 52V 17.5 ah battery.

Oct 312014
 

Got the final chain drive set up and the chain line aligned. The disc brake is also set up and aligned. This is a milestone as all the major drive issues are resolved. Still need to do some fine tuning but it’s detail stuff that is important but known. Now it’s onto the electrics for this bike. I am hoping to do a fully belt drive for the other bike – hoping this will be resolved in the next several weeks.

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Apr 182014
 

I completed the extension of the speed sensor wiring and put both the sensor wire and battery into an attractive sheath. So the TerraTrike Tandem is complete and running great. Here is a pic of the BBS02 on the bike:

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Apr 142014
 

I completed the motor mounts for the Bixby, Dyno needs just a bit more work to round off the motor mount clamps. The Bixby frame has a slightly larger triangle, just large enough to require a deviation from the Dyno for the down tube clamp. Also completed was the key way broaching of the timing pulleys, thanks to my friend Don, who provided the press needed to drive the broach through the pulleys. Note the 8mm timing belt mounted on the pulleys for fitting. The pulley on the Transmag 532 motor needs to be completed and the belt also needs to be cut down from 30mm wide to 20mm for this application.

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Apr 082014
 

I recently did two BBS02 installations: One on a TerraTrike Tandem and the other on an Electra Townie. Both installs were relatively easy considering they were my first. The Townie install went quite fast at under 3 hours including the making of a battery to motor cable. The tandem install was a bit more involved because the spread of the handle bars and the position of the display exceeded the length of the provided harness. I made alterations to the harness to allow for these conditions. I finally decided to use Cat3 or Ethernet cable to make the modifications to the harness.