The original CC does have HD-E715 brakes.The original CC brakes are/were HD-E710 which use the same pads as the Tektro Aurigas. I don’t think the new Cross Current S brakes are going to be a step down from the original Cross Current. It is true that the HD-E715 is a better brake but those were never offered on the Cross Current.
The original CC does have HD-E715 brakes.
All I can say is I ordered a ocean current that was advertised clearly as having 500 to 720 watts not 350 to 500 watts and in order to get what I paid for they wanna send me a new frame and me send mine back, I do all the work of swapping everything around, then I pay for a new controller and LCD display, who knows what that will cost, all in order to get the LCD that I originally ordered and they discontinued. I'm not spending another dime on this P.O.S. clearly false advertising and your mouth overloading your butthole. They will never get another dime from me and I'm in the process of talking to my lawyer but I doubt it does me any good, probably wind up just taking the loss. Good for them that I live across country or I would really be a pain in the ass. From now on I will make sure I know what I'm buying.
I guess we would have to define value. I would ask from a buyer perspective did your money get you something of use, worthwhile, or the worth of something compared to the price paid for it? Now I could have spent $2, 500 on another brand ebike in May. $800 more than Cross Current S, but I get 4 extra months of use out of the bike (full summer). By the time the snow comes, you may be 6 months of ebike use compared to 2 months with Cross Current. At the one year return, May 2017, you get 8 months of use out of $2,500 bike vs. 4 months out of a $1,700 bike (+$800), before depreciation vs extra spending cash over time period. That's where I would associate the risky transaction with not getting value for my money, because I do factor in that time from payment to delivery as zero tangible return.
Hi folks, just wondering about the CrossCurrent S for people who get it with just stock/standard settings. Their web site does not detail a charger of any kind, or at least presently I am not able to see information about any kind of charger included in the base price of $1699. Does anyone know what kind of charger is included and/or have any comments about what is the standard charger included in the CrossCurrent S?
Launching the Ocean Current, Cross Current Air, Cross Current S, as well as the Hyperfat within six months is a lot of work.
Tora, I'm not saying that your guys purposely did anything, I'm saying you advertised this bike clearly stating on the ebr video that it would produce up to 720 watts with the existing 6 fet controller and you are lucky to get 500 watts. I have put taller tires, 52t crank and still can't get an extra mph out of this thing and the top speed with throttle only is 18 mph. I would be satisfied if I could get an off road mode but it wouldn't matter because it would just burn this controller up. I just want the LCD display so I have the ability to set perimeters and maybe bypass limitations and with the new controller and LCD display I would think I could put to use the wattage this motor is capable of . That's all I want, I'm not trying to be a pain in the ass, I just want what I paid for and I paid for the 17.4 ah battery which is capable of a lot more. Had I known it was gonna turn out like this, I would have gotten the bike for $1000 on Amazon, believe me, I don't like going through all this crap. Thanks very much.
I see your point - but oddly, most, if not all, of the few pictures I've seen of CCS in the wild seem to be black ones.Apparently the black cross currents m are out of stock along with black step thru not being produced. I would think that would be one of the most popular options. I wonder how many were produced? You will need to choose between red, aluminum, or waiting. In the Juiced boxing video there might be less than 20 black bikes shown.
Apparently the black cross currents m are out of stock along with black step thru not being produced. I would think that would be one of the most popular options. I wonder how many were produced? You will need to choose between red, aluminum, or waiting. In the Juiced boxing video there might be less than 20 black bikes shown.