Won't the two motors compete if turned on simultaneously? Also, doubling the power should theoretically double the stress on the wheel -- how is this handled?
Speaking of two-motor systems, one observation I made is that 2WD systems (rear and front hub drives) typically add very little to mobility. If one wheel digs itself into snow, then so does the other, and there's very little that can a two-sided drive adds to the picture.
Programmable controllers will solve any issue.Hello Domitian, Great question and comment. The bike rides fine. So, I guess the rear wheel is handling the stress. I also have an Emotion EVO 29er snow AWD. It has 250 front and 350 rear and there is a noticeable difference from when you turn one or the other off. I say noticeable because it doesn’t feel like double. I need to research the idea of simultaneous competing motors.