Why would anyone chose to convert a BMX into a tricycle and why they would then want to make it electric is beyond us but we are not here to question; we just electrify as instructed. We have no idea where you can pick up a rear end tricycle conversion kit for a BMX but it seems they are out there.
Nice conversion from Greg and nice review. In its entirety:
“It worked out really well and rides great!”
This is an electrically converted Trek Zektor 3 flat bar road bike with a 48V 1000W motor and 10.5 AH battery a customer created who kindly gave us his review.
“It hits 41-42 km/hr routine on the flat with very light pedalling, 45 in a tuck and 45 plus if I put my foot down. It could do with a smaller ring on the back! In two commute trips so far it’s been effectively a single speed – I haven’t shifted from the big/small ring combo. Up hills I can maintain over 30km/h with pedalling (nothing too steep/long on the commute). The range is great – I have a 16.5 km each way commute and it still has one or two AH left after the return trip. No shower needed at work, but I smash the pedals on the way home – still no real sweat! Did I say it’s a blast? It is a blast!”