Mid-drive motors drive the chain, which makes them more convenient for tire repair since there's no hub motor in the wheel to deal with. Any local bike shop (LBS) can take care of the flat for you. Ask them if you can watch so you'll know how to do it on your own next time.My fear is that i dont know how the rear wheel gets its power from the mid motor drive yamaha?
No idea what you mean by certain chords? There might be a magnetic sensor on the spoke, but not even close to the tire. I think you're confusing a hub motor and mid drive complexity. What are you planing to do if you have a flat on the road? Carry the bike back to town and the bike shop?
Rolling it back is not an option for me when I'm 15-20 miles from home. First learn how to remove the wheel, then learn how to repair a tube. Again, what does certain chords mean?Yeah. I thougt id have to roll it back. Ill ask the shop tomorrow if i could watch em change the rear tire. Thx.
So i just got a flat. I was googelin on how to remove wheel to be able to change inner tube but cant find how to do it on a haibike.
Is there any tutorial? Should i send it to the mechanics?
Haibike allmtn 5.0?
I've owned two hub motor bikes and changed the rear tire on both of them by turning the bike upside down.. The key is protect whatever is on your handlebars with a bag or a shirt or whatever.I read you cant put an ebike upside down. How will you change a rear tire then?