I'm over presta valves. For over 50 years my bikes had schrader valves.
I've started kicking the tires on getting new wheels that support schraders. The way the current rims are, I don't think the hole can be widened without wrecking the stability of the rim.
I'm a frugal Clydesdale. What...
Thanks for the info.
Losing connection to a cell tower is a bit troubling.
I emailed boomerang a few days ago, but they haven't answered yet- I was asking what the monitoring charge is after the first year
Just returned from a leisurely ride via streets and bike path.
With the display off to the left, I was able to attach a handlebar pack.
I like the flat handle bars, but with my hands going to the far ends of the handle, I'm not sure where to put a rear view mirror.
I have to get used to the...
In EBR's ebike vs bike write up, Cort shares that ebikes go through more tube replacements than regular bikes because ebikes are heavier.
What has been your experience? More blown tubes, about the same, or less?
I'm 6'2" with 32 inch inseam. At http://electricbikeplace.com/blog/you-and-your-electric-bike-a-size-guide-with-haibike/, it says I should get a size that gives me about two inches between my crotch and top bar.
And, for, low step, test and try it out, which I'm planning to do today/Sat
I may be looking for a unicorn: an ebike under $2k that prioritizes distance over speed; front shocks; 48v and can support a Clydesdale. Removable lcd and bottle cage is a plus. Don't care about fenders; care about reliability.
Last year I purchased a Diamondback Trace ex from REI, but...
By pulling, I mean I was pedaling, going anywhere from 20-25mph, and all of a sudden, if felt like the motor stopped working. I was thinking maybe a torque sensor
I would probably buy it again if it was down to 1100.