This is part 1 of a three part series on how to convert your normal bicycle into an electric bicycle. The conversion kit used for this conversion includes a 250W rear hub motor, 17A speed controller, LCD display and PAS (pedal assist) sensor.
Here is a link to the conversion kit:
We chose the 136mm rear hub motor option with cassette adapter and 25km/h top speed.
Part 1 shows how the rear wheel was installed. Rear hub width vs frame rear dropout width is a concern as well as proper function of the rear disc brake. Possible issues related to these and solutions are discussed in this video.
Part 2 deals with PAS-sensor and battery installation as well as how to wire all cables as clean as possible.
Part 3 takes you for a short test run with the finished bike.