[python] Re: Python and steering

  • From: "erik zelf" <erik-brands@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <python@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 26 Oct 2008 11:09:01 +0100

George

Yes the idea of Robert Waryszak's Python is a bit the same , but I want to sit 
lower than the bottom bracket.
I am going to get some more information about his design . Thank you !!

At this moment I have a axle in between , without  shifting .That's the thing 
You see close to the driven wheel .See photo's .
After I have built a test bike that is good drive-able ( the first project ), I 
want to have the gearing inside the wheel ( the major project ).   


Greeting Erik 


-----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
Van: python-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:python-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] Namens 
George Durbridge
Verzonden: zondag 26 oktober 2008 0:13
Aan: python@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Onderwerp: [python] Re: Python and steering

Erik,

Do a search for Win van Wijnen's Ecocar 2000, a centre steer bike, with
a virtual pivot axis passing through the rider, with actual hinges above
and below.  I doubt if balancing has anything to do with placing the
hinge below the rider: it's all about construction.  Can you explain
your direct drive?  It looks a bit like Robert Waryszak's Python
Militaire, but what I take to be a cluster is very close to the driven
wheel.

George

On Sat, 2008-10-25 at 23:35 +0200, erik zelf wrote:
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> I have a Question about Python’s , why have all the python’s the
> steering down the driver and not above .
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> I know that under steering is  more practical for the design of the
> python , but has the balancing also something to do with it ?
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> I Am  making a directdrive bike ( see photo ) , but I can’t drive on
> it .
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> I tried ‘several angels and other thing’s .
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> So I was thinking perhaps I have to  make under steering .
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> Greetings Erik 
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