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    Juiced CrossCurrent X sale price

    Thanks, that’s exactly what I posted it for, though I haven’t gotten any inquiries yet. I’d be thrilled to get that much back.
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    Juiced CrossCurrent X sale price

    Hello, just wanted to know if anyone had experience selling their Juiced bike. I have a 2020 CrossCurrent X, size Large, with less than 600 miles, and since I moved I no longer need it for commuting. It's in excellent condition, always garaged, and no damages/crashes. Kept the battery...
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    Anyone with a 2020 Revolt E Pro?

    Thanks! In that case, I'd personally only go with the extender (once they're out), since carrying the battery would be a serious inconvenience, not to mention I'd want it padded up pretty well so that it's not jostling about. Lastly, in a group ride (I usually do 30-50 miles), the social...
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    2020 Giant E-Bike Models and Photos

    Balinus, what do you have now? I use my new Juiced CCX with the massive battery, and am usually going anywhere from 18-26mph on my roundtrip commute of 16.2 miles. It's a rear hub motor so that probably affects the comparison w the Giant bikes. I usually go with Level 2 or 3, and occasionally I...
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    Anyone with a 2020 Revolt E Pro?

    What's the consideration between having a second battery vs the range extender? Price, benefit, etc?
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    Anyone with a 2020 Revolt E Pro?

    Keep us posted, Steve. I'm a fan of Giant, but feel like the Revolt E+ could have been made to be more versatile. I doubt most buyers will be getting as may batteries as you are, so it will be interesting to see how you utilize it.
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    juiced bikes

    Definitely what I would do if I had lots of money. But I don’t, so trying to make the most of my dollar.
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    Received my latest batch CCX from Juiced Bikes...

    Yes, did you try what I wrote above? It works.
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    Received my latest batch CCX from Juiced Bikes...

    Congrats! Yup, so you need to pull on the light fixture itself in the opposite direction, to give it tension, while you tighten the nut. You can get it pretty snug that way.
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    Pannier bag recommendations

    Thanks for the tips about the heel strike. I’d hoped someone would chime in about that. I think one of the Ortlieb mounts gives an angle that helps prevent it, but I haven’t used it in a real world situation.
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    New Ripcurrent S owner - cool bike, frustrating support

    That looks preferable to me in terms of size and weight, did you find you just needed more leverage?
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    New Ripcurrent S owner - cool bike, frustrating support

    I think I saw that, is it worth getting?
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    New Ripcurrent S owner - cool bike, frustrating support

    Rad appears to be the leader in this field. If they had a generic class 3 commuter, I’d have gladly gone that route. It is ridiculous That they threaded it differently! Some strange story behind the scenes there. Hmm, I have got an REI 25 minutes away, and I think I may just got that route...
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    Recommended Class 3 ebike (Juiced CCX Purchase)

    Just got back from a short recovery ride. I changed the settings to turn off the torque sensor, and yes, this is the answer for me. For whatever reason it is a much more natural amount of assist, especially when I’m going up an incline. With the torque sensor on and I’m spinning consistently...
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    New Ripcurrent S owner - cool bike, frustrating support

    So they’re moving in the right direction, thanks for sharing your experience, Bruce. With regard to flying batteries, that is pretty terrifying. My battery fits so tight there is absolutely no visual or auditory indication that it’s locked in. when I pull on it, it doesn’t come out, but...
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    CCX

    FYI, those aren’t vents, it’s just a heat sink. I think it’s right up against the controller, which I think would help beyond just the frame itself to dissipate heat. Considering the temps I ride in, if all it exists for is to fool me into thinking it works better, then I might be good with...
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    New Ripcurrent S owner - cool bike, frustrating support

    Cheers, okcomputer. For the record, I feel no need to defend them as a Brand as there have been some disappointments overall, and I’m very new to them. But just commenting on your experience, which helped me see what to expect from Juiced. So thanks for posting. Unlike you, I really wasn’t...
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    Received my latest batch CCX from Juiced Bikes...

    I’m new to suspension. Is the fork protector necessary if you’re riding on road? As opposed to trails where dirt would get in?
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    New Ripcurrent S owner - cool bike, frustrating support

    Yeah, I agree with this assessment. I understand Radiohead‘s frustration as I’d not be happy with the mistakes. I wonder if the issue isn’t that the rack was used but that there was some handling and mounting damage. The metal around my shifters are all scratched up, and I can’t even find the...
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    Received my latest batch CCX from Juiced Bikes...

    I’m wondering why mine came with the battery loose, and not packed in like your bike. Some clown must have packed it. The vents aren’t open into the downtube, and they aren’t vents at all. It’s a heat sink, aka passive heat exchanger. Seen on a lot of computer hardware.