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And on that note, while the Stokemonkey really shines in assist with cargo bikes, it's not confined to that role. Paul Brodie recently built a sporty suspenion bike using the Stokemonkey motor mounted mid-frame along with a THUN torque sensor for throttle-free control. If you want to see a metal craftsman at work, have a look at the build sequence CycleEXIF website.

The completed ebike will be on display at the NAHBS 2013 Handmade Bike Show in Colorado this weekend.