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I got to meetup randomly with Brad, the founder of Nomad Cycles, at Interbike Outside Demo Days to find out about his organization and a single of their custom builds. This ultra-potent fat ebike was a shared project among Phil Wood & Co. and Nomad Cycles utilizing the EcoSpeed mid-drive motor. Kits from Eco Speed can be bought beginning about $three,000 and provide a lot of energy and torque for climbing, off road and pedicab bike riders. The regular kits toggle from 750 watt output to 1,300 watts so you can use them off-road on off highway automobile (OHV) trails.
The bike shown would expense $25,000 and makes use of an EcoSpeed two,500 watt motor operating off of a 52 volt six amp hour miniature battery pack. They utilized a downhill mountain bike frame from Santa Cruz and re-engineered the suspension fork with an oversized triple crown. The hubs are custom with 72 holes and I was told that the additional spokes enhance strength. At the center of the EcoSpeed motor is a White Industries trials riding freewheel which enables the motor to spin independently from pedaling motion (you can pedal or use the trigger throttle to move).
Verify out the official Nomad Cycles web site atwww.nomadcyclespdx.com/ and Phil Wood & Co. at www.philwood.com/ for a lot more info. EcoSpeed motors, computer software and circuit board hardware is made in America and the organization has workers in Portland Oregon, it sounds like they’ve been performing this for more than a decade but are just now opening up a lot more units to the public (he stated 500 units in the video). They can match a wide variety of bottom bracket sizes such as 68 mm, 73 mm, 83 mm or even 100 mm (fat bikes, commuter, road, downhill, folding, cargo, recumbents, trikes and so forth.) the motor with gearing and controller weigh ~10 lbs according to Brad.
Brad utilized to be an employee of EcoSpeed but ended up taking it more than and then beginning the on-line enterprise to compliment it.
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