Daymak Beast D – Video

OCT 27 2015 BY TDILLARD 11

This video wins on the grounds of General Badassery.  And “Beast”.  Don’t delay, watch it now.

Besides the G-B aspect, knowing how we love the specs, the website has all the detailed specs right out there for everyone to see:

Daymark Beast specs

Daymak Beast specs

More specs

More specs

Not satisfied?  You can download the owners manual here.  Who else does that?  These guys also win “Support”.

Let’s take a good look at the details.

Side view, note seat suspension

Side view, note seat suspension

Soar pack details

Soar pack details

Rear suspension

Rear suspension

Charge port, battery module

Charge port, battery module

Key switch

Key switch

Frame junction detail

Frame junction detail

Controller mounting

Controller mounting

Solar detail, battery module

Solar detail, battery module

Instrumentation

Instrumentation

Pedal crank detail

Pedal crank detail

The solar battery pack panels put out about 15W, so it’s a neat addition, but probably not something you’re going to rely on for a multi-day soireé into the outback.  Yes, those are pedals, no doubt added to fulfill regulatory requirements for “pedal assist vehicle” (good luck pedaling a twin-hub-motor unit like this).  And Damak, a Canadian company based in Toronto, is no stranger to electric somewhat-personal vehicular transportation, offering a line of scooters, ebikes, toys, and a whole lot more – including parts, packs and chargers.

We’re loving a bunch of things about this unit, not the least of which is the concept’s resemblance to the Rokon 2-wheel drive monster of the days of yore (and still available), here:

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Rokon Trail-breaker

One more thing.  How long has it been since you’ve seen a website selling a bunch of EV playthings where you can get immediate attention using their “Chat” feature?  These guys were online, and answered several of our questions immediately.  …gives us a nice, warm, cozy feeling about what it might be like trying to get support from the company.

Oh, and because you can never be too prepared, there’s the Zombie Apocalypse model.

Zombie Apocalypse model

Zombie Apocalypse model

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I LOVE “INSIDE EV” keep those Great Articles coming…..Nice Work!

I like little projects like these.
Price is always a downer but gives inspiration to DIY!!

Keepem coming!

If this is Canadian dollars, then the price is 30 percent less in American bucks.

Yes, this makes me want to build one myself.

I’m surprised the lithium version gets barely more range than the lead acid version.

Speaking as a hunter, the dual motors may be silent, but crushing branches and bouncing over rocks at 30mph is… not silent. There won’t be a deer for a mile around if you come charging into woods like that!

That said, I’d love to own one of these. Looks like a lot of fun!

Also speaking as a hunter, that solar panel would actually be just fine for all my needs. A 15 watt panel, producing for 5 hours per day would provide 75 watt hours. If you kept this at a hunting cabin that you visited every other weekend, you would have 12 days for it to recharge, which would be .9KWH. The smallest battery there is .72KWH, so it would be fully charged whenever I showed up, even with that tiny panel.

In 1966 I helped my little brother pick out a mini bike. It had a little 3.5 hp briggs. I eliminated the governor and we could beat any body in the neighborhood.

This bike reminds me of that…. only better

Lol 30 km is cute for having fun, but it is not really usefull. Every distance of up to 40 km can be easily walked by a hunter.

But this looks like soooo much fun, you want it anyway. 🙂 😀

Electric vehicle Video’s should NEVER have a Soundtrack.

Damn, We Want to Hear How Quiet it Is.

They should offer extra batteries, without solar panels that mount under the removable battery, double the range, or a return battery if you get too far out there