guelph startup goes retro with motorcycle-inspired e-bikeguelph startup goes retro with motorcycle-inspired e-bikeguelph startup goes retro with motorcycle-inspired e-bike - small lithium ion battery

by:MERITSUN     2019-11-21
guelph startup goes retro with motorcycle-inspired e-bikeguelph startup goes retro with motorcycle-inspired e-bikeguelph startup goes retro with motorcycle-inspired e-bike  -  small lithium ion battery
GUELPH —
With a beautiful website showing pictures of a trendy electric bike, a pair of young entrepreneurs working in the apartment attracted the international community long before their first customer
When Xavier Chan and Ikenna Ofoha built their first prototype, they were really bad looked by Wired magazine in an article titled "Electric bikes" in last September.
But not this beauty.
The story points out that several companies are using "the coolest motorcycles of the past to make new but retro stuff", which is 20-year-
When they work long hours and spend all their money on the idea that people will pay thousands of dollars for e-commerce, older people need
Bike if it has a beautiful and unique design.
The fledgling staples electric bike company operates in the apartment in Guelph.
They have been making prototypes in small spaces.
"It's crazy to spray --
Draw in our living room . "
Since they began to attend the holy.
Many years ago, at Augustine Catholic High School in Markham, Chen and Ofoha were starting their business from scratch.
"We have just put every penny into bike development," Chan said . ".
"It's like we can get together every dollar.
"After borrowing money from family and friends and getting funding through their entry into the center, chan and Ikenna have stuck to a startup at the University of Guelph, their third prototype is nearing completion.
Looks like a motorcycle.
Their mission is announced on the website of Tempus
"We want to build an electronics.
Cool bike looking.
Jackie Chan thinks most bikes look the same.
The same is true of e-commerce, he said. bikes.
"We are really passionate about what is stopping you from moving forward," Chan said . ".
"Compared to regular bikes, when we cycle around people, we stop and do a double bike and ask," What did I see just now?
"Chen and Ofoha first talked about starting a business on a bus to and from high school.
In Grade 10, Ofoha built his first electric bike.
After graduating from high school, he went to Ryerson University to study software engineering.
Chen studied in finance at the University of Guelph.
The couple started last year.
Ofoha left Ryerson and Chan and plans to graduate from Guelph in 2018.
They completed their first work prototype in last April.
It was inspired by the look of a light motorcycle called a cafe racing car.
They call their bike CR-T1 —
Short for coffee racing driver Tempus One.
A frame is made of aircraft grade chrome-plated steel made in Ontario and is driven by removable lithium
Ion battery, CR-
T1 can travel 50 kilometers at a single charge, with a maximum speed of 50 km/h.
The battery is connected to the frame.
The electronic equipment is installed in the housing of the motorcycle fuel tank.
The car is on the wheel hub.
Chan and Ofoha changed the design of the second prototype completed in last May and some electronics.
They are working on the third prototype and they say it will be lighter.
They hope it will be ready for a trial ride in the middle. February.
When the fourth prototype is completed, Tempus plans to launch a crowdfunding campaign to pay for the first production.
"Apart from the fact that the two of us always want to set up our own company, what we really want to do is, to be honest, make something cool," Chan said . ".
The company now accepts pre-orders with a deposit of $599.
The remaining $3,400 will be paid 90 days before the bike is shipped.
"We are all doing this right now," Chan said . ".
Tpender @ therecord.
Twitter: @ pendercordguelph-
With a beautiful website showing pictures of a trendy electric bike, a pair of young entrepreneurs working in the apartment attracted the international community long before their first customer
When Xavier Chan and Ikenna Ofoha built their first prototype, they were really bad looked by Wired magazine in an article titled "Electric bikes" in last September.
But not this beauty.
The story points out that several companies are using "the coolest motorcycles of the past to make new but retro stuff", which is 20-year-
When they work long hours and spend all their money on the idea that people will pay thousands of dollars for e-commerce, older people need
Bike if it has a beautiful and unique design.
The fledgling staples electric bike company operates in the apartment in Guelph.
They have been making prototypes in small spaces.
"It's crazy to spray --
Draw in our living room . "
Since they began to attend the holy.
Many years ago, at Augustine Catholic High School in Markham, Chen and Ofoha were starting their business from scratch.
"We have just put every penny into bike development," Chan said . ".
"It's like we can get together every dollar.
"After borrowing money from family and friends and getting funding through their entry into the center, chan and Ikenna have stuck to a startup at the University of Guelph, their third prototype is nearing completion.
Looks like a motorcycle.
Their mission is announced on the website of Tempus
"We want to build an electronics.
Cool bike looking.
Jackie Chan thinks most bikes look the same.
The same is true of e-commerce, he said. bikes.
"We are really passionate about what is stopping you from moving forward," Chan said . ".
"Compared to regular bikes, when we cycle around people, we stop and do a double bike and ask," What did I see just now?
"Chen and Ofoha first talked about starting a business on a bus to and from high school.
In Grade 10, Ofoha built his first electric bike.
After graduating from high school, he went to Ryerson University to study software engineering.
Chen studied in finance at the University of Guelph.
The couple started last year.
Ofoha left Ryerson and Chan and plans to graduate from Guelph in 2018.
They completed their first work prototype in last April.
It was inspired by the look of a light motorcycle called a cafe racing car.
They call their bike CR-T1 —
Short for coffee racing driver Tempus One.
A frame is made of aircraft grade chrome-plated steel made in Ontario and is driven by removable lithium
Ion battery, CR-
T1 can travel 50 kilometers at a single charge, with a maximum speed of 50 km/h.
The battery is connected to the frame.
The electronic equipment is installed in the housing of the motorcycle fuel tank.
The car is on the wheel hub.
Chan and Ofoha changed the design of the second prototype completed in last May and some electronics.
They are working on the third prototype and they say it will be lighter.
They hope it will be ready for a trial ride in the middle. February.
When the fourth prototype is completed, Tempus plans to launch a crowdfunding campaign to pay for the first production.
"Apart from the fact that the two of us always want to set up our own company, what we really want to do is, to be honest, make something cool," Chan said . ".
The company now accepts pre-orders with a deposit of $599.
The remaining $3,400 will be paid 90 days before the bike is shipped.
"We are all doing this right now," Chan said . ".
Tpender @ therecord.
Twitter: @ pendercordguelph-
With a beautiful website showing pictures of a trendy electric bike, a pair of young entrepreneurs working in the apartment attracted the international community long before their first customer
When Xavier Chan and Ikenna Ofoha built their first prototype, they were really bad looked by Wired magazine in an article titled "Electric bikes" in last September.
But not this beauty.
The story points out that several companies are using "the coolest motorcycles of the past to make new but retro stuff", which is 20-year-
When they work long hours and spend all their money on the idea that people will pay thousands of dollars for e-commerce, older people need
Bike if it has a beautiful and unique design.
The fledgling staples electric bike company operates in the apartment in Guelph.
They have been making prototypes in small spaces.
"It's crazy to spray --
Draw in our living room . "
Since they began to attend the holy.
Many years ago, at Augustine Catholic High School in Markham, Chen and Ofoha were starting their business from scratch.
"We have just put every penny into bike development," Chan said . ".
"It's like we can get together every dollar.
"After borrowing money from family and friends and getting funding through their entry into the center, chan and Ikenna have stuck to a startup at the University of Guelph, their third prototype is nearing completion.
Looks like a motorcycle.
Their mission is announced on the website of Tempus
"We want to build an electronics.
Cool bike looking.
Jackie Chan thinks most bikes look the same.
The same is true of e-commerce, he said. bikes.
"We are really passionate about what is stopping you from moving forward," Chan said . ".
"Compared to regular bikes, when we cycle around people, we stop and do a double bike and ask," What did I see just now?
"Chen and Ofoha first talked about starting a business on a bus to and from high school.
In Grade 10, Ofoha built his first electric bike.
After graduating from high school, he went to Ryerson University to study software engineering.
Chen studied in finance at the University of Guelph.
The couple started last year.
Ofoha left Ryerson and Chan and plans to graduate from Guelph in 2018.
They completed their first work prototype in last April.
It was inspired by the look of a light motorcycle called a cafe racing car.
They call their bike CR-T1 —
Short for coffee racing driver Tempus One.
A frame is made of aircraft grade chrome-plated steel made in Ontario and is driven by removable lithium
Ion battery, CR-
T1 can travel 50 kilometers at a single charge, with a maximum speed of 50 km/h.
The battery is connected to the frame.
The electronic equipment is installed in the housing of the motorcycle fuel tank.
The car is on the wheel hub.
Chan and Ofoha changed the design of the second prototype completed in last May and some electronics.
They are working on the third prototype and they say it will be lighter.
They hope it will be ready for a trial ride in the middle. February.
When the fourth prototype is completed, Tempus plans to launch a crowdfunding campaign to pay for the first production.
"Apart from the fact that the two of us always want to set up our own company, what we really want to do is, to be honest, make something cool," Chan said . ".
The company now accepts pre-orders with a deposit of $599.
The remaining $3,400 will be paid 90 days before the bike is shipped.
"We are all doing this right now," Chan said . ".
Tpender @ therecord.
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