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  1. mikecoin56

    Swapping battery when buying

    Has anyone ever opted to buy the larger capacity battery for their Como 4? I wonder if it’s possible to pay the dealer the difference $ to swap for the higher capacity 600 watt over the stock 500 watt. Going to talk to the dealer on Tuesday when they open back up and just wanted to see if...
  2. mikecoin56

    Como 4 vs Como 5

    I have narrowed my selection of a new ebike to either the Como 4 or Como 5. I need the upright riding position of The Como line as I’m 63 with some health issues. I weigh about 270lbs.. Not been able to test ride either (test rode a Vado 4 to get an idea of the motor power). I ride mostly...
  3. mikecoin56

    50 nm mid drive vs 50 nm rear hub drive

    I am currently riding an Aventon Pace 500 which I am generally pleased with. A couple annoying features though have me now looking at a mid drive bike. The Aventon is a 500 watt, 48 volt, 50 nm, 8 speed rear hub motor ebike that is capable of ascending every hill I've tried even with my 250...
  4. mikecoin56

    50 nm mid drive vs 50 nm rear hub

    I am currently riding an Aventon Pace 500 which I am generally pleased with. A couple annoying features though have me now looking at a mid drive bike. The Aventon is a 500 watt, 48 volt, 50 nm, 8 speed rear hub motor ebike that is capable of ascending every hill I've tried even with my 250...
  5. mikecoin56

    50nm mid drive vs 50nm hub drive

    I am currently riding an Aventon Pace 500 which I am generally pleased with. A couple annoying features though have me now looking at a mid drive bike. The Aventon is a 500 watt, 48 volt, 50 nm, 8 speed rear hub motor ebike that is capable of ascending every hill I've tried even with my 250...