Electric Bike

Discussion in 'Canada' started by Deadly99, Nov 7, 2012.

  1. OldSilverFox

    OldSilverFox Let's Go!

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    Glad to see Patrick riding in his element again. Way to go man!!!:clap
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  2. yamalama

    yamalama wet coaster

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    good to see you back.
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  3. rallyeman

    rallyeman Dakarboy -

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    Thanks guys!! it was a lot of fun. A bit painful on my titanium screws, but worthed!!:rofl
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  4. Deadly99

    Deadly99 Fast and Far

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    Hi Patrick, do they have plans of selling the bike? Seems with the batteries in boxes shaped to look like gas tanks it could be quite popular....
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  5. klxmack

    klxmack king of the box

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    Great Job Pat. Thats a weird looking bike, looks like you have ammo boxed bolted on to the bike. Kinda reminds me of back in the day with G5 kawasaki and ammo boxes to explore Quebec.

    Cheers
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  6. oldtrout

    oldtrout Been here awhile

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    Great concept and execution Pat !

    That's a good size rad on the front. Would this be for a oil/ water jacket for the motor or tranny or just for desert heat ?

    Guess that Rocket must be cranking out the watts under full power so must keep everything "efficient" through the heat envelope ?

    These machines will just get better and better...

    Keep up the good work 'lectric guys.

    Keep well

    Logan
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  7. ereneT

    ereneT Adventurer

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    Nice Patrick! I would like to hear that monstrous brushless motor taking off. I have have two gas remote control helicopters and a 50cc plane, but the electrics are rapidly taking over.
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  8. adrien mototribu

    adrien mototribu adrien

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  9. rallyeman

    rallyeman Dakarboy -

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    That is Pierpaolo, the owner of Tacita! I will work with them again. You will get some news soon!!:D
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  10. adrien mototribu

    adrien mototribu adrien

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    Ok excellent!
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  11. rallyeman

    rallyeman Dakarboy -

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    Hi Guys,
    I am still helping the development of Tacita. And some of you wanted to see where it will go with this bike. Thanks to my test ride in Merzouga, the prototype became a production bike!
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    1 Enduro Model
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  12. Deadly99

    Deadly99 Fast and Far

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    Is the enduro and or rally able to be plated in Canada?

    Seems like the electric bikes are getting to the point where I'm getting quite interested....


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  13. rallyeman

    rallyeman Dakarboy -

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    Hi we are working with a distributor in USA, wich will include Canada as well. We need to do the test, but their is good chance that it will be plated! :)
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  14. Deadly99

    Deadly99 Fast and Far

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    What sort of range (km) does the enduro get?

    Thanks in advance
    :freaky
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  15. shipwrek12001

    shipwrek12001 Shipwrek

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  16. rallyeman

    rallyeman Dakarboy -

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    The enduro can ride for full power for 1 hours (desert). But in tight trail for 2 hours and 4 if the rear pack battery is added
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  17. outbacktaz

    outbacktaz outbacktaz

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    Salut Patrick!!

    Is the enduro bike dressed with brushed aluminum?? Or is it just a weird looking plastic??

    Nice to see you ride again Brother. I was saddened when I learned about your crash... Good thing you didn't follow your boot down the bridge!!

    Ride fast and safe!!
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  18. rallyeman

    rallyeman Dakarboy -

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    Hi , thanks, yes I never really stop riding, and I am for new project as well. Stay tune

    well the model here is with a hand made brush aluminium.. A piece of Italian art!!
    But the other will be made of some bio fiber, as resistant as carbon, but more green .
    :D
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  19. outbacktaz

    outbacktaz outbacktaz

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    C'est cool ├ža, merci!!:clap

    Keeping in tune for your next adventure, Brother!!
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