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Student builds diy electric motorcycle in a flash

diy electric motorcycle

Diy electric motorcycle built in a flash like a pro

You know how it is. You have an idea, you visualize it, and then try to find time to make it, then decide to change it…etc.. and sometimes it takes too long for the build to be made. After all that you tell yourself: Well, I should have done it in a month and not go into details too much. Later on, i could change things. That’s not the case with this project by Shan Roy. He built an awesome electric low rider in a flash!

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Shan Roy did it like a pro: SKETCH, RENDER THE DESIGN, ENGINEER DRAWINGS, BEND THE TUBES, WELD IT, GET THE MOTOR AND BATTERY, CONNECT AND RIDE

First Sketch

Render of the Low Rider Electric Motorcycleelectric motorcycle

Engineering Drawings with tubes matched

Welding the headtube


Complete Ride with custom motor fitted

Adding the batteries

DONE&RIDE

And where do you go from your private engineering school project?

This is the letter we received :

My name is Shan Roy. I am an eighteen-year-old freshman in college from Mooresville, NC. Riding bikes had always been my passion but were deemed “dangerous” by my parents so I decided to build my own bike instead of buying one. I built this bike from scratch for my High School Senior project. I put in a 1500 watt big block motor which runs on a 48-volt battery. After my first build, I was able to land an investment firm and am currently working on a 30,000-watt electric Motorcycle for them.

Wish you all the luck Shan, we know it’s going to be an awesome 30 Kw ride!

Shouts out to a great weekend and hbd @alexgiambruno ❤️❤️❤️

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