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BionX system

Crash Course in BionX Conversion Kits

November 24, 2012

The BionX Motor is used in a variety of different ways.  I’ve seen it assist sailboats, charge cellphones, assist hybrid wind powered trikes— one of the great things about the BionX System is it’s versatility and the new possibilities it engenders.  Here at NYCeWheels we use the BionX to transform a regular bicycle or folding bicycle […]

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BionX and the wind powered trike

June 26, 2012

One of the great things about green technology is the creativity it inspires. The BionX conversion Kit can be used to convert a normal bike into an electric bike with fully automated petal assist, a 350 watt motor and a 20 mile range. The BionX system is itself a good example of the creative ways […]

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Maximizing range on your BionX

May 29, 2012

Many people would be surprised to learn that a semi-truck and a NASCAR stock car each extract the same distance from a gallon of fuel: about 4 miles. This seems impossible when you realize you are comparing a 3,000-pound machine traveling at nearly 200 miles per hour with a 10-ton behemoth traveling one-third as fast. […]

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Let’s be honest, we all want the BionX

May 15, 2012

Last week, after having an amazing ride on the Stromer Electric Bike I vowed that I would return to my regular ole’ road-bike and abstain from the  electric bike craze that has taken a hold of the biking world. But then I saw the BionX Conversion Kit, and I thought, what the heck, that looks […]

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A BionX Conversion

May 3, 2012

Today I got the chance to ride a Cannondale Adventure that had been converted into an electric bike using a 350 watt BionX Motor. At first I wasn’t sure what to expect. Would a bike converted by the BionX system perform as well as a regular electric bike? Could the BionX Conversion Kit compare to […]

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