The first electric bike I ever built was my very first electric scooter in 2009.

It was a very small, single-speed, carbon-fiber bike, and its battery had been swapped out with a single 12V battery, which gave it a whopping 1,200Wh.

The powertrain was a Yamaha V4 1100cc three-stroke engine with a supercharger.

I had a lot of fun building it, but I also had a huge battery pack, which was used to power a lot more components, including a carbon-finish bike wheel.

The bike also featured a supercharged V6 engine, which had a turbocharger and a big turbochargers.

I bought it in 2014, and in 2016 it finally went on sale in Europe.

I ended up buying a few of the bikes in the US, but mostly it was the smaller, more affordable bikes.

At the time, I was working at an electric scooters dealership, and I bought the bike on a whim.

I thought, “I’ll build a little one, just for fun.”

And so I did.

I spent a month building the bike, from scratch, and my build was very simple.

I made a few changes to the wiring, made some upgrades, and finally decided to get it running.

I then bought a couple of more bikes, but never got around to putting them all together.

When I finally got around, I got a lot out of the bike.

I’ve been very happy with it.

But I’ve also been frustrated by the lack of information on how to build an electric bike.

So I decided to create my own guide, with all the information I could find, to make this as easy as possible.

I’ll cover the basics, from the wiring to the parts to the engine, and then go into more detail about making the parts fit together.

I hope this will help some people get started with electric bikes, and maybe even inspire others to build their own.

If you want to read more, check out this guide on how I built my first electric motorcycle, which is basically just a carbon bike that I just bought on eBay.

This is the first part of a series that will be a mix of how-to guides and the tools needed to build a full-electric bike.

But first, let’s get started! The basics