Vintage Style Luca Agnelli Electric Bicycles

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Luca Agnelli is a craftsman schooled in antique furniture restoration, but he’s now turned into a bicycle creator sensation with his Agnelli Milano Bici retro jewels. Luca’s aim was to solve one of the biggest styling problems of modern days – pedelecs packing the latest technology and looking like old-school two-wheelers.

Feit Electric Vintage Style LED Bulb Installed in a Lamp Post

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– Here’s what the FEIT Vintage LED bulbs look like in a lamp post that holds three bulbs. These lamps have the smaller E12 base and are 40 watt replacements that use less than three watts each.

Using an antique electric mangle / ironer to iron fabric

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A quick demonstration of an antique electric ironer (mangle) used to quickly iron fabrics and clothing. These old machines are wonderful for quilters and sewers who need a fasts, easy way to iron fabric. Watch for them at auctions and thrift shops.

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Avionics V1 – Powerful Retro Style Electric Bike, Top Speed 36 MPH, Range 75 Miles

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Aircraft Electronics Company Avionics unveils its V1 Electric Bike with powering the V1 is a 5,000-watt brushless electric engine that propels that sleek ride to top speeds of 36 mph and a range of around 75 miles on a full charge thanks to its lithium-ion battery. Additionally, a chrome-plated headlight and bright LED taillight keep you visible come nightfall while 203 mm disc brakes, a steel frame, and 26-inch handsome spoked wheels adorn the ride with class. And speaking of class, a Jatoba wooden saddle and handgrips – along with a wooden headlight bucket, brake levers, fork covers, and motor case all add a touch of classic appeal to the V1.

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HOT EBIKES. Awesome vintage style Electric Bikes

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HOT EBIKES. Awesome vintage style Electric Bikes

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An electric bicycle, also known as an e-bike or booster bike, is a bicycle with an integrated electric motor which can be used for propulsion. There are a great variety of e-bikes available worldwide, from e-bikes that only have a small motor to assist the rider’s pedal-power to somewhat more powerful e-bikes which tend closer to moped-style functionality: all, however, retain the ability to be pedalled by the rider and are therefore not electric motorcycles. E-bikes use rechargeable batteries and the lighter varieties can travel up to 16 to 20 mph, depending on the laws of the country in which they are sold, while the more high-powered varieties can often do in excess of 28 mph. In some markets, such as Europe, they are gaining in popularity and taking some market share away from conventional bicycles, while in others, such as China, they are replacing fossil fuel-powered mopeds and small motorcycles.

Depending on local laws, many e-bikes are legally classified as bicycles rather than mopeds or motorcycles, so they are not subject to the more stringent laws regarding their certification and operation, unlike the more powerful two-wheelers which are often classed as electric motorcycles. E-bikes can also be defined separately and treated as a specific vehicle type in many areas of legal jurisdiction.

E-bikes are the electric motor-powered versions of motorized bicycles, which have been around since the late 19th century.

E-bikes use rechargeable batteries, electric motors and some form of control. Battery systems in use include sealed lead-acid (SLA), nickel-cadmium (NiCad), nickel-metal hydride (NiMH) or lithium-ion polymer (Li-ion). Batteries vary according to the voltage, total charge capacity (amp hours), weight, the number of charging cycles before performance degrades, and ability to handle over-voltage charging conditions. The energy costs of operating e-bikes are small, but there can be considerable battery replacement costs. The lifespan of a battery pack varies depends on the type of usage. Shallow discharge/recharge cycles will help extend the overall battery life.

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Homemade electric go kart for kids in vintage style – part 2 – frame, body, suspension, engine

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Second part of the tutorial showing how to built vintage electric go kart for kids. Covering making frame, body, wooden suspension, seat and engine. It also shows how to mount bicycle wheels to the car.
(first part is available here:

I’m showing how to make connections, how to cut the parts, how to glue and install them. I’m also presenting how to install engine using freewheel (no transmission).

Short details:
1. I’m using strong hardwood for a frame (oak)
2. For the chasis I’m using pine wood and plywood (cutted with hand saw)
3. Steering is based on bike parts
4. Engine is connected to the wheels via freewheel to avoid charging during the ride (this would break the engine controller), to avoid reverse current.
5. There is no suspension to make the whole car simpler. Wodden body, tires and comfortable sear are enough to suppress the vibrations)
6. Size of the frame is about 1,7m x 0,65m
7. Engine has buil in drive shaft/regulator

Why electric car ? I’m inspired with the Tesla car success and.. it is easier to build electric than petrol vehicle 😉

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Homemade electric go kart for kids in vintage style – DIY build – part 1

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How to make fast, luxury electric go kart for kids. Easy, cheap DIY project for everyone.
I’ve build the go kart for my son. It was his dream to have a car. He also likes retro designs from 20th/30th.

A little about the project:
My wife helped me with the design project and she made also the interior and upholstery. We didn’t wanted to build ordinary go kart but the luxury version 😉 It has LED lights (front and rear), electric gauges, key (like in real car) and beutifull made artificial leather upholstery.

It took me almost two month to build this car (working mainly for 4 hours weekly).
Go kart is made from wood. Why ? Because:
– I know how to handle the wood
– I wanted it to be flexible (more than steel one)
– I wanted to have it small weight because of batteries
Even steering and suspension is made from wood!

To make cycle kart (I think it could be caled like this) I used 350W electric engine. Brushless engines were to expensive for me, so I’ve bought the cheep, brush one ‘made in china’. I have a little problem with the engine controller because it’s not easy to buy cheap, good engine with dedicated controller. Finally I’ve used scooter controller and hallotron as gas pedal.

Engine has built in gears/transmission and gives almost 600 RPM.It is way too much! I’ve used motorcycle chain and two gears to reduce RPM and to have the top speed about 11 mph (with 20″ wheel and 1,8 tire).

What else ?
This is the first part of the tutorial. I will post other parts soon. Stay tuned!

I hope You like this car project. I must admit that building the go cart from scratch was a really good fun to me but.. it isn’t so easy as I thought.
frame design, body works, suspension, engine electronics, painting – all of this becomes a little bit hard if You want to build go kart properly for a years, for Your kids.

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