Top tip

dknightd

Member
Do not try this bike after a few beers! It is way too powerful and heavy.

Any other top tips?
 
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tote

Member
Just saw this.
Ironically I'm riding the XP to a brewery right now.
Thanks for the reminder.
 

Darceman

Well-Known Member
NEW TIP
For the new XP owners if you are riding between things like offset bars/turnstile going into a sidewalk etc... Always hold your brakes on just a little,keeps the motor from starting up when you don't expect it. Ask me how I know 😂
 

poorplayer

Active Member
Pro tip: Keep your junk as far away as possible from the hinge when you are unfolding the bike from a folded position. Don't ask me how I know.😳
 

dknightd

Member
NEW TIP
For the new XP owners if you are riding between things like offset bars/turnstile going into a sidewalk etc... Always hold your brakes on just a little,keeps the motor from starting up when you don't expect it. Ask me how I know 😂
I've learned to use PAS 0. Or just blip the throttle. Keeping one hand on a brake lever is also a good idea!
 

damonjohn

Active Member
If you lay the bike on it's side when it's folded, you're going to lay it on the deraileur side not the handlebar side. Have you oiled your chain recently? It shouldn't contact anything but it will. Some cardboard or a tarp will save your backseat or carpet.
 

Darceman

Well-Known Member
Top tip...
When folding The handlebar back up to its straight up and down position make sure there are no fingers in the way.... don't ask me how I know this..😭