A couple of months ago, I was working on my first electric bike for a road trip through Canada.
The bike was an ebike, and it took a few minutes to set up.
The ebike is powered by a rechargeable battery that’s supposed to last around 100 kilometers (62 miles).
I decided to do it that way for two reasons.
The first was because it’s cheap and the second was because I was curious about how this battery could be used as a power source for a small bike.
I don’t want to be the guy who goes around in a car and says, “Hey, let’s build this car battery, too!”
But it’s the perfect solution for a car-centric city.
There’s a good chance that a city with a high percentage of electric vehicles will have a high share of electric cars, which means a lot of electric charging stations will need to be located near roads.
The battery’s battery life was less than a year.
But I was very satisfied with the result.
Now, I’m going to do the same thing for a smaller bike.