https://www.badassebikes.com/Mike54 wrote:Zook do you have a link to these dongles for the yam drive bikes?
You may get cheaper elsewhere on the net, or you can get em from some Ebike dealers. Some dealers will even supply them with a new Ebike.
Nice..... I reckon the rear wheel hub motors integrate and look far better than the front wheel hub motors. You also get better traction with them.scutty wrote:Here's mine:
I use it mainly for commuting in the lighter months but we have been discussing using them for green/bridle laning as well. Good fun and very fast (with a light modification, ahem)
Sorry if you missunderstood or I wasn't clear. I wasn't saying there a bad thing, in fact great to get people cycling who would normally be put off by the effort. Just saying there not for me at the moment, but who knows what the future holds and if it kept me cycling I would get one tommorow.Flintlock wrote:Yep Gedge , excellent funpeterekins wrote:The hard work is what cycling's all about for me.Gedge wrote:Great fun aren't they? ...the fun of cycling without all the serious hard work....
Peterkins - I do a bit of cycling myself, but its good fo know that this technology will allow us to get out and still enjoy the trails when perhaps we are nof fit enough to do it using human energy only.
Legal Ebikes with a 250W motor and a 15.5mph motor cut out can go anywhere bicycles are allowed..... and even this 15.5mph is allowed some leeway up to about 18mph and still be legal. They are also not required to have mot, tax, insurance and you dont have to wear a helmet. Removing this speed restriction obviously makes them illegal, but as long as you aren't doing stupid speeds on them its unlikely you'll get nicked.Tramp wrote:Thanks guys for reminding me of these... Anyone retro fitted a unit to a normal mt bike?... I've been walking some great chemin or trails this morning and miss my mt bike as against my ccm.
I would fancy some real dirt tyres for rocky sections as it's far easier to push a cycle up a steep slippy rocky path in rural France than a enduro....I've a aluminium framed mt bike with low gears for hills....
And can recharge battery's quickly in camper...and Andy if you don't like it sweep some leaves....we will be havin to much fun.
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