Bicycle Generator DC Generator Green Energy ELECTRIC BIKE DIY HYBRID

This is a 24 volt Bicycle Generator attached to a bike. Permanent Magnet Motor.

20 Responses to Bicycle Generator DC Generator Green Energy ELECTRIC BIKE DIY HYBRID

  1. klaus von Himmlisch says:

    Imagine if some groups of real top engineers from around the world made a variety of different type exercise serious Maschines like this instead of making military weapons and idiotic outer space nonsense missions to nowhere. Finally everyone would have a real sense of accomplishment when going to the gym.

  2. Robert Elliott says:

    rip Sable 🙁

  3. Stan McBeth says:

    You may try charging controller that set on wind powered because of wind is unsteady plus you'll factor into wind gust. This is something like unsteady pedaling speed.

  4. DriverSingapore says:

    Good Job.
    Can you help to advice is that 24V generator a standard type of DC power which we can buy from the mkt ?

  5. Ed T says:

    Love the support you have for each other. keep up the good videos. As Muddy muddy mudd mann would say good things to you and yours.

  6. Dr. Banter says:

    Thanks for sharing

  7. Chris Tyler says:

    Thanks for posting this , very interesting.

  8. ryanthethumb says:

    Should have called it how to get your wife to lose waight

  9. makjazz7 says:

    what would be needed to create 900 killo watt hours to store in a battery to power a house for a month

  10. The Duckling Homestead and Gardens says:

    I love your videos!! You always show different aspects of doing things and why what may seem "the most simple easiest get her done if it works then one doesn't need to look at any other way" is one approach, but just because the set up may be the easiest , it isn't always the easiest, in efficiency and labor, the easy was only in the parts and the putting together and a person will have things much easier if they invest a bit more effort into research and equipment, thus actually making the output of electricity much easier in the long run ofproducing electrcity!! Great video as always! Well done on instruction and as always, the Mrs. made an amazing assistant didn't she!?! GOD bless everyone!!!

  11. G Philip C says:

    Now I have the Idea to create a stand for my MC…and run a gen on a friction drive set up like like a Dyno. I should be able to get some serous KW from a 50+ HP engine.

  12. chester wheeler says:

    Really like your videos. Thanks for mentioning the rectifier on the input to prevent feed back. There are different btry booster packs that have a built in input cut off for switching when the btry is topped off too. I suggest an alternative input circuit using a btry feed and a btry charger that you plug in and run the out put of the btry pack to a flow storage of three seperate 12 volts in parallel and then to a 1500 watt inverter. You could run your whole shop with a setup like that and also charge the system with one of those wonderful verticle wind generators you two build. (y) (y) (y).

  13. Popeye Gordon says:

    A 100 watt solar panel makes the same energy with zero effort for 25 years….

  14. Aabid Ali Mulla says:

    Good job. Just a suggestion. Try adding a heavy fly wheel on the generator shaft for a better controllable speed. It will be a bit difficult to get it going, but once the fly wheel gets its momentum, peddling would become easier. This is a good way to exercise & produce that expensive thing called 'ELECTRICITY'.

  15. Pacero says:

    I keep on saying it, from years ago, … You are just two wonderful lunatics… that I love to watch; Keep on trying. By the way, that's the best way to keep your wife in shape. Lol.

  16. FontediCalore says:

    This could save some marriages. After a couple of hours of this, she'll have no energy to ever say anything back, ever. Or he, for that matter. Just make one of the two use it, in turns.

  17. gary burrows says:

    you need to put the back wheel on a belt and apply the back gears to the desighn

  18. Sachin Salunke says:

    you guys are awesome

  19. ashish kulai says:

    good info

  20. thom1218 says:

    Why not just use a 350 watt (or larger) e-bike hub motor as a generator? Would be much easier.

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