OwnerChris Lund
Owner's Other EVs1st Push Trailer
LocationAlbuquerque, New Mexico United States map
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Vehicle2010 RunAround
This two wheeled Electric Powered Bike Trailer is my 5th Generation and simply attaches to almost any existing bicycle (two wheels or three) and enables cargo capacity of 200 pounds while propelling the bicycle and rider at 20 plus miles per hour with a range of 25 miles. It is hand fitted custom made. Quality, value, superiority and excellence all describe this design. There is nothing like it to compare. Two motor design.
MotorCrystalyte Permanent Magnet DC
Have used Brushed or Brushless motors
DrivetrainTwo motor design
ControllerAlltrax NPX4834
Batteries12.00 Volt, Lead-Acid, AGM
System Voltage48 Volts
InstrumentationCat Eye
Top Speed28 MPH (45 KPH)
Range25 Miles (40 Kilometers)
Seating CapacityOne bike One rider
Curb Weight180 Pounds (81 Kilograms)
Conversion Cost$3500
Additional FeaturesIn our modern world, man's trends have been evolving locally as well as globally to find new means of getting around without consuming excessive quantities of petroleum. In many areas internationally, as well as here in America, bicycles are being developed and commonly used. They range from very expensive sport and mountain bikes to three wheel utility bikes. Electric and gasoline powered bicycles and basically down scaled motorcycle scooters are becoming a large and competitive market. Our government has had to keep a watchful eye to maintain regulations and definitions as well as special transit designations for where they can go.
Currently, I have seen that many people own bicycles ( 28 million) that they seldom use because of the physical energy, time, and effort it takes to go any distance. There are also the unpleasant results that often require special clothing and showers. This limits their use to exercise and sports by our adult population, even though they are safer and potentially more practical than cars. There are many different makes, models, and sizes of bikes available, but most of them are for children. We would rather our children ride bicycles and we drive cars.

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