You can almost certainly get into the setup on the display and set your max speed to 40 kph (almost 25 mph). Very simple.My 2019 controller on my Rad Rover definitely cuts out at exactly 20 mph.
And I did. Turns out my setup was for 28 inch tires, instead of 26, from the "factory". If the "brain" is reading revolutions, doesnt that mean I actually have more miles than indicated on my bike and my speedo was reading lower than true?You can almost certainly get into the setup on the display and set your max speed to 40 kph (almost 25 mph). Very simple.
I have the Topeak fat tire rack and am very happy with it. I don't think I've ever had more than maybe 20 pounds on.
That is what I mean. The rim is 26"; but, the high wall fat tires are closer to 28" as measured from around the tread that contacts the ground. That was throwing off my odo reading compared to my wife's Radcity. The Radrover tire height is probably closer to the 27"-29" tire height of other MTB.Interesting. Though I dont know why circumference would play into this. You mean overall tire diameter? These are very tall tires, apart from the 26 in wheel size. Maybe I should be at 28?
That would be the route I would take if my controller fails on me for my two 16 Radrovers.If you want to go over 20mph, get a Bolton upgrade kit. https://boltonebikes.com/products/radrover-upgrade-kit
Here is the thread about it https://electricbikereview.com/forum/threads/radrover-controller-display-upgrade-kit.27089/