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Re: Vintage look Electric motorbike/cycle [Re: Jays] #536486
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Originally Posted By Jays


Originally Posted By KOSYNIER
in the pictures you can see prototypes. We will soon show production versions. They will have a lot of beautiful details:)



I’m closely following......if I could find room in my garage.......🤓


Umm, your garage is currently EMPTY..!!!!

innocent


Steve
Re: Vintage look Electric motorbike/cycle [Re: Stringers Best Mate] #536488
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Originally Posted By Stringers Best Mate
Originally Posted By Jays


Originally Posted By KOSYNIER
in the pictures you can see prototypes. We will soon show production versions. They will have a lot of beautiful details:)



I’m closely following......if I could find room in my garage.......🤓


Umm, your garage is currently EMPTY..!!!!

innocent


Room for Bluebird, then?


Best Regards
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Re: Vintage look Electric motorbike/cycle [Re: +8Rich] #536568
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Rather taken by the DeLuxe version - could see me riding into town on that! smile


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Re: Vintage look Electric motorbike/cycle [Re: Graham, G4FUJ] #536774
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You'd look grand on one of those Graham with your beard flowing in the wind.

Like an electrified Edwardian Gent thumbs


Regards Richard

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Re: Vintage look Electric motorbike/cycle [Re: +8Rich] #536792
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rofl
So long as the seat isn't electric!


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Re: Vintage look Electric motorbike/cycle [Re: +8Rich] #591836
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Tell us which colour Kosynier you like most.
We are now organising photo shoots and video sessions.
We would really appreciate your input.


http://kosynier.eu/survey-kosynier-colour-uk/

Re: Vintage look Electric motorbike/cycle [Re: KOSYNIER] #591846
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Celadon Green for me.


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Re: Vintage look Electric motorbike/cycle [Re: +8Rich] #594438
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Over 5 years of hard work and here it is. The new retro Kosynier Delux

Handmade, carefully crafted details, beautiful design smile

Exactly in one week, on 17th of October you will get super promo email offer. 25% off for first 25 persons.
We will announce the price, and new photos.

[img]https://scontent.fwaw8-1.fna.fbcdn....52ea7b50589f15e1558fd026&oe=5E15CB89[/img]

more photos
http://kosynier.eu/delux-new-photos-en/

Re: Vintage look Electric motorbike/cycle [Re: +8Rich] #594442
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They had something similar for sale at Santa Pod this weekend:

Ruffian Electric Bike

[Linked Image]

Last edited by TBM; 10/09/19 07:40 PM.

1972 4/4 4 seater
Too many ratty motorbikes
Re: Vintage look Electric motorbike/cycle [Re: KOSYNIER] #594471
10/09/19 10:53 PM
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Originally Posted by KOSYNIER
Over 5 years of hard work and here it is. The new retro Kosynier Delux

Handmade, carefully crafted details, beautiful design smile

Exactly in one week, on 17th of October you will get super promo email offer. 25% off for first 25 persons.
We will announce the price, and new photos.

[img]https://scontent.fwaw8-1.fna.fbcdn....52ea7b50589f15e1558fd026&oe=5E15CB89[/img]

more photos
http://kosynier.eu/delux-new-photos-en/


Interesting, I assume you mean exactly in 5 weeks? On the website both the Broadtrack and Deluxe appear to have the motor in the rear wheel and no gears at all. But in both these links I can see a rear derailleur. I assume the website is out of date and the design has been changed? Is the electric motor now within the fake motor and work on the crank or somewhere else?

From my reading of electric bikes there are three possible places for the motor to be, Front wheel, back wheel and in the crank area. All have advantages and disadvantages but to me a bike with a rear derailleur and the motor working on the crank seems to be the best. It has the advantage of the motor being able to leverage off the bikes gears, the rear derailleur being not compromised by the motor so you can get a full range of gears, the wheels can be removed just as easily as a standard bike for fixing punctures and also the handling and feel of the bike is not compromised by the motor as the weight is pretty central.

A couple of friends have this bike https://www.trekbikes.com/au/en_AU/...-9-7-g2/p/24818/?colorCode=black_reddark and love it. They ride all the same tracks as everyone else with no issues on some of the technical riding but get up the hills a lot quicker. Maybe at some stage I will replace my collection of bikes with something like the Trek mountain bike for fun off road and something retro and cool like this bike for shopping, but in that case the Kosynier needs to have a rear basket or someway of carrying stuff.

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