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Bike/Tank Ideas

Started this discussion. Last reply by Shannon Bradley Sep 22, 2013. 18 Replies

What of a 6 wheeled bike/tank. Kind of like a 6 wheel atv but made with bike wheels, a lightweight frame and a nylon cover, powered by a small gas or electric motor. You would sit down and lean back…Continue

B.E.A.M. Robotics

Started Feb 21, 2013 0 Replies

Anyone remember BEAM Robotics with Mark Tilden? Nice concepts. Though i didn't think to much about the neural network theory of Ai.Can a bunch of large capacitors store more electricity per cubic…Continue

Who GarageLab?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Marcelo Rodrigues Feb 20, 2013. 1 Reply

Who founded GarageLab? Good job by the way.Continue

Ideas secret or not.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Shannon Bradley Apr 2, 2013. 5 Replies

Do you keep your ideas to yourself so someone doesn't market your idea? Or, do you talk about it to get the information out there and look for people to give you ideas for improvement? Where is the…Continue

 

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Jul 7
Shannon Bradley replied to Jordan Weller's discussion Bike/Tank Ideas
"Yes, I like this what others might think of a stupid idear.  Why, - It goes back to England in the 1300's More 1350's I think. That was the time of the cold ice age and the Black Plague. But in those odds what really nearly took them…"
Sep 22, 2013
Shannon Bradley replied to Jordan Weller's discussion Bike/Tank Ideas
"Ya, the cool thing Jordan, Is in low gear a small <49cc would do the job and around here that wouldn't need to be registered for the road. Only 2 stroke is so loud. I more pictured peddle with a tent like top with windows over it as a…"
Sep 18, 2013
Jordan Weller replied to Jordan Weller's discussion Bike/Tank Ideas
"That's probably right metal would be needed for strength. I've been wanting to learn welding. Maybe your legs would get tired having them up in the air but being able to push with your back against a seat would give you incredible pushing…"
Sep 17, 2013
Shannon Bradley replied to Jordan Weller's discussion Bike/Tank Ideas
"OK, Nice pic's Have you tried this ? I wonder about bing on the same horizontal plaine as the peddles. That is over time does your legs get tired from holing them out there. I see an adj seat where you can take your pick to be over, as in a…"
Sep 17, 2013
Jordan Weller replied to Jordan Weller's discussion Bike/Tank Ideas
"Thanks for the idea. I appreciate your thoughts. Wood is a good idea to make it lighter. You are right that it should be skinny. Look what these guys did. "
Sep 15, 2013
Shannon Bradley replied to Jordan Weller's discussion Bike/Tank Ideas
"I could be wrong about weak wheels Jordan, Last night I was thinking and I realized that I over complected it and took it to a non selling cost. One thing I think I know as a biker. And thats this. It wont peddle as easy as a trail bike for sure.…"
Sep 15, 2013
Jordan Weller replied to Jordan Weller's discussion Bike/Tank Ideas
"Yes, good point. Thanks"
Sep 14, 2013
Shannon Bradley replied to Jordan Weller's discussion Bike/Tank Ideas
"Hi Jordan, I keep thinking about this. I don't know why. Maybe there's something to it. If you want lightweight and bike wheels. I seem to think that the middle two wheels will need to be raised off the ground when turning. Then lower down…"
Sep 14, 2013
Shannon Bradley replied to Jordan Weller's discussion Bike/Tank Ideas
"Ya, your very right in to-days world.  Me I think of raw independence. A way of yesteryer year. May-be the Amo's have that raped up with animal power. Time would be of the exess in a large field I know. But if there was no gas, I think it…"
Sep 9, 2013
Jordan Weller replied to Jordan Weller's discussion Bike/Tank Ideas
"Technically it might work but it would be very slow. Unless it gets a gas motor and is built very sturdy. Worth looking into I think considering the price of a good tiller."
Sep 8, 2013
Shannon Bradley replied to Jordan Weller's discussion Bike/Tank Ideas
"Soory I'm late answering. I've been busy. I near put a solar panel on a electric scooter. The reason was even with a small 500w motor it got 8mi top on flat roads. I would think a small gas motor if your not avoiding that would get you…"
Sep 7, 2013
Jordan Weller replied to Jordan Weller's discussion Bike/Tank Ideas
"How about a elongated tricycle that you lean back in. Electric powered. A small deployable wind generator to recharge your batteries when you are stopped. Of course the primary charging would be a standard power outlet."
Sep 6, 2013
Jordan Weller replied to Jordan Weller's discussion Bike/Tank Ideas
"Hmmm...very helpful comments Shannon. Six wheels is more complicated. I was thinking of 6 to prevent being stuck in rough or muddy conditions. I'm thinking of this for an all terrain vehicle. Let me rethink this and see what is the deal."
Sep 5, 2013
Shannon Bradley replied to Jordan Weller's discussion Bike/Tank Ideas
"Some times Jordan, I think people were smarter back then or at least had more common sence. Lets cut that short... Why people want six wheels I don't understand. You can't steer it with out doing a tank thing with a clutch and that is NOT…"
Sep 5, 2013
Jordan Weller replied to Jordan Weller's discussion Bike/Tank Ideas
"I'll bet that worked good on the field. I was thinking no tracks. I guess the design kinda works itself out as you progress your development. There were some smart people back then."
Sep 3, 2013

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