First Off-Road Test of the Homemade Electric Wheelchair
Its time to officially test the Off-Road Wheelchair we constructed out of 2 Electric Bikes. Watch how we made the bike HERE: These fat...
Its time to officially test the Off-Road Wheelchair we constructed out of 2 Electric Bikes. Watch how we made the bike HERE: These fat tires should be able to handle all kinds of surfaces, pavement, asphalt, gravel, sand... But slopes might be a different story.
Watch the reveal as we give it to Cambry HERE:
Overall I'm pretty impressed with the bike. We learned some of the limits. I think airing down the tires, and getting a bit more tread on the rubber would be beneficial to going off road. As soon as the bike loses momentum, it doesnt have torque to start going uphill again. BUT on simple slopes, or flat surfaces, this off road wheel chair is a beast.
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