The Zehus hub motor is 250 watts, 30 volt and contains a 160 watt hour battery. No way will it ever take a rider 100 miles, unless it isn't turned on for the first 85 miles. Court posted the following about the Zehus all-in-one hub motor. It is a pretty bike though!So, whatcha think of a hub that contains the battery? Would it tend to heat up too much?
I didnt see the specs..it is the lightest, but what does it weigh? Can go up to 100 miles, but how big is the battery? How is it recharged? Where is Court's review???? Lol.
Like the looks of the bike, very pretty.
The proposed technology of the Zehus is interesting to say the least. I'm hopeful, but skeptical, as news of it, like the Copenhagen Wheel has been floating around for years.
I take it the minimalist approach (ie more bike than e-bike) doesn't appeal? I can certainly appreciate it for its apparent simplicity (for someone who doesn't need/want all the extra weight and power).Wow, that's incredibly good looking. Unfortunately that's about it.
Where did you get the info about the law suit against Zehus ? I'm interested to know more.I don't think Zehus brand has proven their KERS even works yet. They don't have any track record for it to be included in such an expensive bike. In addition Superpedestrian-Copenhagen Wheel filed a patent infringement law suit against Zehus earlier this year. I'd worry spending any money on this build.
Court filing:Where did you get the info about the law suit against Zehus ? I'm interested to know more.
Thanks for the info. Very instructive.Court filing:
Where I first read about the suit: