I tested the rear wheel motorized "Sedan" last year und it felt great.
Also the full suspension is ingenious. Pictures and videos here:
And there is an electrified python trike made by Dušan, a slovakian guy:
Dušan travelled several thousand kilometers through Europe with his e-trike. Unfortunately his facebook page is down.
Regards from Jürgen.
On 28.11.2018 18:32, chris williams wrote:
Thanks for your inputs everyone. Keep em coming!
On Wed, Nov 28, 2018, 12:21 PM Steffen R <big.skangster@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:big.skangster@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Howard Stevens from Downunder had a trike with motor at one of the
rear wheels and said that he had no issues.
Am Mi., 28. Nov. 2018, 16:54 hat <mircosoft@xxxxxxxxxx
Met and test-rode this one at recumbent meeting in September:
All I know about the owner is that he speaks German.
Hub motor in front wheel (hidden behind cassette), battery
somewhere under the seat. No handling difficulties at all.
There may be more mass at the front than usual, but I'm used
to even heavier one (non-motorized), so this felt fine.
> Od: "Christian Winkgen" <christian.winkgen@xxxxxxx
> Komu: "python freelists" <python@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Datum: 28.11.2018 15:26
> Předmět: [python] Re: Epython?
>Yes, I know at least one guy (Johannes alias „seilsteiger“
from southern Germany) who has a hub motor in his rear wheel.
>According to his experiences it handles nicely pushing you up
that nasty hill or gravel road.
>I suppose rear wheel is simplest and best for climbing.
>> Am 28.11.2018 um 15:22 schrieb chris williams
>> Hey all,
>> Has anyone tried adding an electric motor to a Python? I'm
wondering if it would help or hinder the handling
characteristics. And whether rear or front wheel power would
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