A youngster in Delhi has reportedly controlled to show scrap of Royal Enfield into an Electric Royal Enfield as E-bike. The Class 9 scholar claimed that the car can be capable of run for 100 km on single charge.
A 15-year-old boy from Delhi claims to have created an electric bike himself. A teenager used Royal Enfield parts to create an electric bike.
Rajan, a student from Sarvodaya Bal Vidyalaya in Subhash Nagar, spent about Rs 45,000/- to convert his Royal Enfield bike into an e-bike.
“The bike will be able to travel 100 km without recharging”, the teenager said.
Highlights of making Electric Royal Enfield:
- Rajan began experimenting with electric bikes during the city’s embargo due to the Covid19 pandemic.
- Rajan testified that he made the bike in three days, but it took him about three months to get the goods.
- During these three months, Rajan continued to collect information about e-bikes on Google and YouTube.
He managed to create an electric bike and ride it successfully. Unfortunately, he fell out of the car and was injured.
After the incident, Rajan’s father, Dashrat Sharma, overthrew him from the throne and forbade him to build an electric bike again.
However, Rajan could not contain his love for electric bikes and lied to his father that the school had entrusted him with a project to create electric bikes.
Dashrat Sharma is concerned about the so-called school project because he works for a private company and earns little.
At first, he refused, but later agreed after Rajan continued to insist.
Dashrath then reached out to his buddies and co-workers for cash and helped his son with the project. Reportedly, Rajan become capable of create an e-motorcycle in only 3 months.
Rajan told his father that he wanted the old Royal Enfield.
After a long search, he is said to have bought it at the scrap market in Mayapuri for Rs. 10,000/-.
When requested approximately the project, Rajan confirmed his bike and stated that it became clean for him to make it.
- This bike is capable of run for 100 km on single charge.
- Made with scrap worth rupees 10,000/-
- Total cost 45,000/- for making.
- Speed is 50km/h.
Rajan said, “I told my father that I have a project to build a bike, and then he helped me. The e-bike has almost the same look and feel as the Royal Enfield, as well as the headlights, the front end is the same. We removed the motor, installed the battery and connected directly. “
Dashrath Sharma said, “I could not accept as true with it while he informed me that he desired to make an e-bike. I puzzled how this type of small infant could be capable of do it. Even aleven though he’s inquisitive about such things, however no one ought to have concept approximately creating a bike.”
Rajan claims that the speed of this electric bike is about 50 km / h, and it can reach 80 km / h on the road.
A wooden box is installed to prevent the battery from falling out while cycling.
Sant Ram, a district official, said, “Rajan did it all himself. His drive to learn helped him achieve this feat. Children his age might not even think about it, and he did. “
Now Rajan wants to take a step forward in his dream and create the next e-bike just like this Electric Royal Enfield.