I have 2 pedi-cabs(bike rider with 2 people sitting behind him, a bike cab service) and am in need of a lighting system that will function with what we have. I will start our cabs running May 1st, the storage where the cabs will be kept when not in use does not have electricity. So right away you think just have a generator setup, that will be fine.
BUT I have been told that generator hubs are weak and are not able to work with big beefy spokes.
So I am worried if I put a generator hub on the front, it will be too weak and the spokes just wont fit.
You guys have any thoughts?
Also would it be possible to build a system that would run off a motorcycle battery, powering LED's? My thinking is the LED's draw very little power, a motorcycle battery would be able to power the lights for 5 or 6 days before needing charging. I could keep extra batteries at home fully charged and swap them out of the bike every few days.
Would something like this be possible????
Any input would be greatly appreciated!!!
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