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Old 04-30-24, 07:36 AM
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I went to China to witness the secrets of micromobility factories. Here’s what’s coming

https://electrek.co/2024/04/24/i-wen...-whats-coming/
I can't WAIT to see this!
One of the most exciting things that I learned was currently in development at Ananda was a hub motor with its own internal 3-speed gearing, essentially combining an internally geared hub with an electric motor to provide the best of both worlds (and remove the need for front or mid-motorOne of the most exciting things th at I learned was currently in development at Ananda was a hub motor with its own internal 3-speed gearing, essentially combining an internally geared hub with an electric motor to provide the best of both worlds (and remove the need for front or mid-motors when using a rear geared hub).s when using a rear geared hub).
The Tromox motorcycles look like a barrel o' monkeys!
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Old 05-09-24, 04:40 PM
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Interesting to see the manufacturing process of a large ebike motor factory in China.

Visiting Ananda in China to see how E-bike drive systems are made

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Article of Ride1Up factory, I really like their ebikes, I bought mine used and ride them frequently for my commute in NYC.

https://electrek.co/2024/05/16/i-vis...-cost-e-bikes/

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Old 05-17-24, 08:41 AM
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I agree and am impressed with their "moto" style. Their gravel bike looks good too. I would just change the bar arrangement to the flat variety which I did to a Salsa La Cruz. I don't think many individuals realize that the "e" industry is becoming very "machine intensive" and the Chinese are up there in technology. My recent DIY 1000w kit is superb; fast, powerful and quiet.

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Old 05-25-24, 07:17 AM
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Controller manufacturer that supply major bike brands.

https://electrek.co/2024/05/24/visit...-factory-tour/

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