E-Bike DIY | How to Convert Your Bike to E-Power? | Cycling Weekly

E-Bike DIY | How to Convert Your Bike to E-Power? | Cycling Weekly

While e-bikes are still pretty expensive, here is a way, how to give your bike some e-power with conversion kut. Subscribe to Cycling Weekly here: https://www.youtube.com/user/CyclingWeekly1?sub_confirmation=1

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Readers Comments (22)

  1. Can’t the battery get even bigger… Gosh….

  2. I need boy friend

  3. You said enough to peak my interest, but oddly no info on range, battery capacity, charging time, weight of battery pack, or how that weight on front handlebars affected handling.
    Also more info on what you meant by “sporadic delivery”, and any other things you would like to be improved would have been good.

  4. are there any cheap kits out there

  5. It’s great to see this entry level ebike kit and how good it is. It’s exiting to imagine where the technology will go in the future on ebike conversions if this is anything to go by.

  6. Thanks for sharing, simplicity is great. What about the weight of the battery pack? No issues with steering?

  7. 9:45 A feisty one you’ve got there.

  8. That first battery pack in the workshop looked larger and had a fairly complex LCD display but the later battery pack looked smaller with more basic LED indicators. The hub motor looks very small and I’m sure has planetary gears/cogs in order to improve torque but when used with a 700c wheel the torque reduces dramatically because of the larger circumference. A combination of low capacity battery and small hub motor on a large wheel means this probably won’t assist the rider that much. Also the plastic/nylon gearing in such hub motors will probably get a harder life in a such a large wheel.

  9. Do a video on the Alizeti 300C which I am interested in….I subed

  10. Sonny Darvishzadeh February 12, 2021 @ 9:02 pm

    322 GBP is now increased to 450 for only 35km version

  11. 15 mph? UK laws suck! In the USA I’m pretty sure they sell electric bikes that can do 35-40 mph at max voltage.

  12. 2:18 seems a bit broken to me

  13. It doesn’t look very waterproof to me. What’s to stop the fine English rain from seeping into those lovely orange connectors? Don’t get me wrong I actually want this very kit but yeah it would have to be bomb proof.

  14. You say it depends on cadence to work – so does this mean that it stops working at very slow cadences? Just when you need it most going up hills?

  15. sylvain bernaers February 12, 2021 @ 9:16 pm

    hilarious, not a sportsman bike

  16. They are utter rubbish it wouldn’t pull you out of its own road don’t waste you’re money.

  17. BamberMan Ebike Vlogzz v1.0 February 12, 2021 @ 9:21 pm

    Nice video Whats up Guys Im A Ebike Vloger From Philippines hope you’ll check out my youtube chanel

    https://youtu.be/b8uOBbQoj1U

  18. You said enough to peak my interest, but oddly no info on range, battery capacity, charging time, weight of battery pack, or how that weight on front handlebars affected handling.
    Also more info on what you meant by “sporadic delivery”, and any other things you would like to be improved would have been good.

  19. during the meanwhilst February 12, 2021 @ 9:24 pm

    easily get this past the UCI inspectors by wearing socks that are slightly too long. they’ll spend so much time measuring them you’ll sneak this unobtrusive kit right by them no problem……

  20. Yang sayang aku like yang cinta allah coment.

  21. The UK price is actually £799 for the 35km for the new version

  22. Its is a good kit ,how much Uganda currency ?

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