Build your own bike

Study To Put Together Your Own Electric Bicycle

Electric bikes are an excellent means to travel around town and save bucks on gas. My book depicts you how simple it is to create e-bike

I created my first electric bike years ago to let me travel around Pittsburgh, up steep hills, and to the distant edges of town without much effort and without spending my bucks on gas. From the initial time, I right away knew I had affection towards electric bikes. That’s how I became hooked.

Build your own bike

What I like most about electric bikes is that at the end of the day, it is still a bike! I can pedal my e-bike whenever I want, but if I feel like riding up a hill at 20 m per hour or get tired; I can turn the stifle and take off. I can still get work out wherever I want, but I can also have the feel of an electric motorcycle in a stealthy, sleek package. I couldn’t imagine that all of this could be had in one bicycle, and that too so cheap!

How Did I Learn About E-bikes?

Since my first e-bike incident, I have kept on moving forward in the e-bike world. I have gone on to create many e-bikes for all kinds of people, established an e-bike start-up, and for the past year, I have been giving time to educate people to develop their e-bikes. By operating with novices, I fast started to find out what regions new e-bike creators had difficulty with and where they required assistance the most.

Using all of this knowledge, I planned on to write an e-book based on e-bikes, specially designed for complete novices, to assist everyone learns to create their e-bike. My book covered up being over a hundred pages and filled with everything a beginner requires to know from the designing and part-sourcing levels to the parts purchasing, installing, and testing of an e-bike. I comprised nearly a hundred expert quality photographs of every stage of the building process, detailed re-evaluations of the best electric bike part vendors, and significant maintenance and security details that every e-bike rider should possess.

Now that I have put down my e-book and began to promote it, the question I receive most frequently is, Can I get it as a real printed book?

My aim, for now, is to take the e-book that I have written and have it configured, verified, and produced as a real book. After all my study and preparation, I see that I am going to need $900 for the configuration, testing, and delivering of the first slot of paperback books.

How You Can Take Part In This?

This is where you guys come in! I am super stoked about getting my book out there on real shelves to assist people in studying to create their e-bikes, but I can’t do it without your assistance. An oath of as little as $10 not only helps me out to reach closer to my goal but is also gets YOU a copy of my e-book for absolutely free. Even better, a $25 support will get you the e-book along with the paperback. In addition to that, other stages, I have some other engaging rewards, along with personal videos for amusement and to assist you in succeeding in creating your e-bike.

I hope you will assist me in getting my book out there by supporting my project and extending my link around to your pals. If you help the aim of getting more e-bikes out on the streets to swap cars with best electric bike in uk, please support me by posting a link to my Kickstarter page on Facebook. Thank you for backing me at any stage that you wish! I hope you’ll help support me in getting my book out there by backing my project and spreading my link around to your friends. If you support the goal of getting more eBikes out on the roads to replace cars, please help me by posting a link to my Kickstarter page on Facebook. Thank you in advance for supporting me at any level that you desire!

Quick Recap Of My Book:

  1. Chapter 1: Getting Started
  2. Chapter 2: Planning your e-bike
  3. Chapter 3: Choosing your Components
  4. Chapter 4: Purchasing Components
  5. Chapter 5: Installing the Kit
  6. Chapter 6: Making the Connections
  7. Chapter 7: Finishing Touches and Maintenance
  8. Chapter 8: Sample Builds

Baker Towers – Book Review

Baker TowersIn Jennifer Haigh’s debut novel Mrs Kimble she traced the lives of three women who, at different times, were married to the same man. In her equally remarkable second novel Haig has turned her attention to one family who live in a small western Pennsylvania coal town called Bakerton over a span of some 40 years, from the late 1920’s until the 1960’s.

Bakerton is full of ethnic neighbourhoods but the two groups that dominate are the Polish immigrants who tend to live on Polish Hill and the Italians. For young Italian seamstress Rose it is love at first sight when she sees Stanley Novak, a handsome Polish miner, at the grocery store but initially he doesn’t even notice her. However within two years they are married, living on Polish Hill and the parents of a son called George, the most American name they could think of.

Over the next twenty years Stanley continues to works in the coal mines while Rose cares for their five children, giving birth to her youngest child Lucy, at the age of 43. By then the United States is at war and oldest son George is in the Navy, stationed in the Pacific. Rose’s oldest daughter, Dorothy, is as beautiful as her mother but even more timid. Middle sister, Joyce, is the most intelligent of the five Novak children and her teacher hopes that she will go on to college. Sandy, the younger brother is both charming and unreliable. Despite the fact that money is limited, the Novak children are essentially happy. Rose showers them with food and love while Stanley is a strong role model who embodies the Puritan work ethic, even if he is a Polish immigrant!

When Stanley dies of a heart attack in 1944 the older Novak children rally around their mother but it is obvious that their father’s death will lead to major changes in all their lives. Over the next twenty years each of the Novak children leaves Bakerton and seeks to attain his or her own version of the American dream. George marries a wealthy socialite but finds that money and happiness do not go hand in hand. Dorothy looks for love and excitement in Washington but discovers what she is looking for back in Bakerton. Joyce joins the army to see the world but eventually returns to her hometown both sadder and wiser. Lucy leaves Bakerton to go to college but she too is drawn back to her family home and to old loves. Sandy is the only one of the five Novak children who appears to break free of Bakerton.

Baker Towers is both a study of one family and of an entire way of life. The Novaks represent all immigrant families who became the backbone of modern America. George and his two sisters are also representative of all the young men who went to war and all the young women who held everything together while the men were away. In Baker Towers Haig has succeeded in capturing another time and place while at the same time creating memorable, believable characters. There are no heroes or villains – there are only ordinary people trying to live with integrity in an increasingly complex world.…