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Homemade Bicycle Power Attachment Plan


Bicycle Power Attachment Plan
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BUILDER:
Job S. Ebenezer on technologyforthepoor.com
DESCRIPTION:
Homemade bicycle power attachment plan for using a bicycle as a machinery power source. Constructed from a pulley, shafting, bearings, steel plate, sprockets, chain, nuts, and bolts.
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Apr 16, 2015 12:37 AM
DIYer
With this setup, one can turn almost any bicycle into a small prime mover.
Apr 15, 2015 11:38 AM
Nadogail
I like the folding stand. I have seen similar stands before on both bicycles and mopeds (1967 Southern Spain) , but they used a tire roller on the rear wheel.  The operator sat facing the rear and pedaling backwards  as he sharpened knives.  I don't remember if he swiveled the seat around. The chain drive, in my opinion, is an improvement.
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DIY Bicycle Power Attachment Plan - comment on how to build a Bicycle Power Attachment Plan - 2 comments
DIYer says:
Apr 16, 2015 12:37 AM
With this setup, one can turn almost any bicycle into a small prime mover.

Nadogail says:
Apr 15, 2015 11:38 AM
I like the folding stand. I have seen similar stands before on both bicycles and mopeds (1967 Southern Spain) , but they used a tire roller on the rear wheel.  The operator sat facing the rear and pedaling backwards  as he sharpened knives.  I don't remember if he swiveled the seat around. The chain drive, in my opinion, is an improvement.

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