Ha! You're gonna love it. Careful, it can be addicting.
Actually I ride primarily in Sport, saving Turbo for hills and the last 6-8 miles for the run home. So using those modes I estimate a 50-55 mile range.
Please post your experiences. :)🚲⚡
Wow, that is one very pretty bike! It looks so sleek.
Did you intentionally get silver so it would match your Chevy Traverse? 😆😊
Regarding the Kinect: yes, Cirrus (or any skilled person with a drill) can modify the seat post. My Trek class one has the light mounted on the seat and I...
And thanks to all for the feedback on the PNW. Gonna keep the Kinect. I too replaced just one spring with the next higher weight bracket. (No weight change for me, just at the upper end of the weight bracket)
It’s perfect! Between the 2.25” (5.71 cm) Schwalbe tires and the seat post...
Congrats on all your "new bikes". What fun.
I myself am a torque and adrenaline junkie and quite often turn the bike on turbo. This summer is my hill summer so I deliberately seek out routes with multiple rolling hills. It's even more fun if there's a headwind. Love the feel of the smooth...
Good point. Actually the class 3 are officially illegal. Enforcement is another point since visually there’s no difference.
I personally prefer to take the class 3 on a wide shouldered road. It’s just easier to turn it loose. If I do go on a trail I go slower, especially if there’s a multitude...
Whoo hoo! Congrats mh12345.
I have both class 3 and class 1. Maybe it’s the Brose motor with the class 3 but the 90 nm of torque is addicting. It’s so smooth fast and responsive. My class 1, while way lighter for hauling, is only 50 nm of torque. And the Bosch Active Plus cuts out at exactly...