I'm sorry, but this is sounding more & more like typical communist
propoganda, attempting to convince the populace that their beloved
leader is still alive long after he has in fact passed away.
Supposedly issuing edicts, trying hard to make things appear business
as usual, but you never actually get to see him directly.
"Dearest subjects: I am still in charge. My control, total. My
So what's really happened to Ken? Was he in fact a virtual
personality all along? You could at least go to the effort of
posting a photo of him holding a New Years Day newspaper b4 the year
is out. Why can't he speak for himself here, so I may ask him a
question that only he would know the answer to? I'd like to hear
from any of the regulars on this board if they have seen or spoken to
Ken recently, cuz I'm not buyin' any of it.
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> Posted: Aug 24 2006, 10:53 AM
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> The Dragonfly Project, a major initiative at Zortch Electric
Designs in conjunction with Evolve Motorworks, has been featured on
the front page of the Bellingham Herald newspaper and on their
> http://tinyurl.com/hw8a8 - front page
> http://tinyurl.com/egbw2 - direct link to article
> We think this might get picked up on the wire as well, so please
keep an eye out for other locations where it might appear so that we
can list them here.
> 1. `G' whiz;
> August 24, 2006 .. 741 words .. ID: blg2006082422240145
> Electric recumbent cycle could revolutionize your commute MICHELLE
THERIAULT THE BELLINGHAM HERALD The future is just around the corner,
and it's driving an orange bike. That's Bellingham resident Ken
Trough on the bike - silent, packed with batteries and smoothly
zipping down the sidewalk. Is it a bike? Is it a man riding a
battery? Is it a motorcycle? It's the G2 - an innovative all
electrically powered cycle being developed here. And it
> 2. Battery bike designers steer to brighter future
> September 9, 2006 .. 253 words .. ID: blg2006091121390452
> Bellingham resident Ken Trough's electric recumbent cycle can
operate on streets and sidewalks legally and offers a glimpse into
the future of transportation less reliant on fossil fuels. The
battery-operated bike runs on six batteries that allow the bike to
reach speeds of 40 mph and go about 25 miles on one battery charge.
It was designed by Trough and a bunch of other designers and
engineers he works with, mostly online, through a group known as The
> I will have more data on The Dragonfly Project up on my Zortch site
> Evolve Motor Works
> Evolve Motor Works is has build a prototype front wheel drive
recumbant three wheel motorbike called the Eilean/G2 that has a top
speed of over 45mph. It is designed to lean in curves ("a leaner")
which gives it exceptional stability for a three wheel design. The
bike is powered by a LiIon battery pack but they are also testing
with other battery configurations including a 72 volt PbA pack that
they expect will provide a range of about 45 miles at a constant
25mph on a level road.
> For more information contact zpv@...
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