I want to show you a cool invention that will have your friends asking where you got it from. It’s called a cycle speedway bike and it’s so cool that it has its own acronym: CSB (cycle speedway bike).
What is a cycle speedway bike?
Simply put, it’s a racing bike that doesn’t use conventional tires. Instead, it has rows of small, electric motors that provide the traction and acceleration needed to zip around a track at high speeds. Think of a Formula One car but on two wheels and you’ll have the idea.
Why would you want to do this?
Well, for one thing, riding a bike has been proven to be good for your health. Studies show that it can increase your cardio capacity and make you fitter. Additionally, driving a car can be dangerous, especially if you’re doing it alone. Being on a bike gives you a new perspective on your surroundings and the ability to see more than you normally could from inside a vehicle. Finally, there’s nothing quite like zipping around a track at high speeds, especially if you’ve got friends and family watching to cheer you on.
The Best Parts To Make A CSB
If you’re looking to build a CSB, there are a few things you’ll need to keep in mind. First off, make sure you’re legally allowed to race bikes. Second, you’ll need a good place to practice. Third, you’ll need money to purchase the necessary equipment. Finally, make sure you have the time to practice and refine your skills before you take on the big leagues.
The Ins And Outs Of Building A CSB
Let’s get into the nitty-gritty of building a CSB and what you’ll need to know before you get started.
First, you’ll need to decide whether you want to go with a fixed gear bike or a freeride/drift bike setup. The former has no moving parts and the latter has a freehub. If you go with the former, make sure you have the skills to fix it up properly or have someone who can help you out. If you go with the latter, you can most likely get everything done yourself, unless you’re lacking in confidence. It’s usually a good idea to get a partner or friend who has experience with these kinds of bikes to help you through the process.
As for the enclosure, you can find a decent one that’s compatible with electric bikes online for less than $100. You’ll also need to invest in a decent battery pack, which can range between $100 and $300. Finally, you’ll need to spend about $300 on motors and controllers for each wheel. For a total cost of approximately $600, you’ll be able to build a working prototype. From there, you can decide whether you want to continue building on it or move on to other projects.
Building A CSB From Scratch
If you’re looking to build a CSB from scratch, you’ll need to have the following in mind.
First, you’ll need to find a good place to practice. There are a few options, including dedicated tracks or open spaces where you can drive and park on a private property or street. The best option is a closed parking lot that is regularly closed to traffic or semi-traffic so that you don’t disturb other people who are driving on the road. Make sure you have permission to be there before you start building.
Second, you’ll need to consider how you’re going to store your bike. Simply parking it in a closet or garage isn’t sufficient. You need to have a rack or some other kind of storage system in place so that you can safely and securely store it when it’s not being used. If you have a small garage, you can use it for storing your bike. If not, then you’ll need to look into what storage companies offer so that you can have something built.
Third, you’ll need to practice parking safely and securely. You want to avoid hitting anything or anyone when you park your bike. Practice in a safe space where there are no hazards around. You can also ask a parent or guardian to give you a push whenever you’re ready to practice driving. The more you practice, the better you’ll be able to do when you’re actually out there on the track.
Taking On The Big Leagues
Once you’ve perfected your skills, it’s time to take on the big leagues. The best way to do this is to join a racing league or club. Depending on how experienced you are, you’ll have to decide whether you want to join the pro’s or amateurs’ division. As a beginner, it’s a good idea to join the amateurs’ division and work your way up. The pros usually have higher entry fees and will often have more experienced drivers. However, if you’re looking for a challenge, then the pros’ division is for you. Most people who join racing leagues do so because it’s a lot of fun and allows you to socialize with other motorcyclists. In return, you’ll be able to practice on a track or road when needed and gain the knowledge and experience needed to join the pro’s club.
One important thing to remember is that every driver is different and some cars are more difficult to master than others. Once you’ve joined the league, find out what kind of vehicle they use and what experience they have. This information will determine how much practice you’ll need to do before you’re able to join their ranks. Good luck out there!