I was given an old adult trike. single speed, single drive wheel, coaster brakes, caliper up front. I have limited skills, and tools. no welding or power tools. I wish to electrify the trike in the easiest way possible at the least cost. what I want is a simple system consisting of nothing more than batteries, throttle, and motor. the first thing that comes to mind is multiple "generators" for lights mounted on all three tires, for a total of 6. I can keep the chain or not. since the drive wheel also free wheels. so the pedals do not need to be used, the 6 generators would be wired either in parallel or series. the battery(ies) would be connected to the generators, throttle in a simple 3 wire circuit. in this way the 6 generators would operate as a motor, with all 6 operating at the same time each accepting the same voltage they would generate. as I understand that would be an output of 6 volts,each for a total output of 36 volts at 6 watts.they attach to any part of the structure. I would need to know whether I should feed 6 volts into each generator seperatley with a common connection to the throttle or some other wiring scheme. that would mean I would need 36 volts dc as power. a bank of 6 volt 10 or 20 AH batteries would be feasible, 6 volts into each motor. or perhaps a single 36 volt battery feeding all 6 at the same time.all advice welcome at this email address. again I cannot use a hub motor. or kit, nor a gas engine. all too expensive and too complicated for my limited skills.