I’m looking for a class 3 “hybrid-like” (upright sitting position) with a mid-drive motor of at least 500W.
Most of the use would be for road/city use. No mountain biking.
I currently have a rear hub (350W) hybrit/city bike, I tested a mid-drive and I love the feeling. It was an expensive...
Any feedback or reviews for the City M-500 ebike from Teo Velo?
For the price, on paper it has great specs (500W mid-drive, Shimano Alivio, Hydraulic disc brakes, 840Wh 48V battery)
I can’t find a review
You’re right, until you get involved in an accident and lose your insurance coverage if they find out that you drove an illegal vehicle (Class 2 here is limited to 500W and 32 km/h on the public road network).
In Canada, is the Turbo Vado 4.0 limited to 32 km/h, or left to a max of 28mph (45km/h) like in the US ?
If limited to 32 km/h, has anyone here succesfully changed the speed limit with the Blevo app (or any other method)?
I’m not encouraging anyone to break Canadian law. I’m asking for...
with the BBS02 controller, will I be able to set a max watt power and speed limit?
For public road use I’d like to set it to 500W and 20mph/32kph to remain legal, and be able to show those settings to a police officer if I get pulled over.
For offroad use I’d like to open it up and run it...
The rim is a Giant XCT Tubeless Ready, 29", Disc (25mm inner) from a Giant Fathom 29 1
I can't find much specs on it.
Are 700C and 29inch really close enough for tubeless-ready compatibility? I thought tubeless-ready were pretty finicky on tolerance fit.
I'd rather avoid the magnet sticker solution
My donor bike has these brakes: Shimano MT400 Hydraulic Disc, [F] 180mm [R] 160mm
With Shimano MT401 levers
My cheap iGo ebike has brake levers (mechanical disc) with a cutoff sensor that connects to the controller. Much cleaner than sticking...