I weigh over 200, and have a Haibike trekking to commute to work, about 18 miles round trip. I am very pleased with it. I can get about 40 miles on a charge, and the bike is quite comfortable. The power is more than enough to get me to the office, over some serious hills, and not sweat so much that I need to change clothes once I arrive. I now ride almost every day. My old bike was ridden on rare occasions, while my Haibike is ridden on every occasion.hi new member here, thinking of getting a haibike, so wondering about how many miles people have on their bikes, also i'm a heavy person at 240 pounds and if anyone is in my weight , how does bike work for them...
Sprocket change would affect your cadence (pedaling speed), but it won't make you go faster. It's just a heavy, inefficient bike is all. It's designed to run with a motor, not without it, after all.
> Others can go on ahead and destroy the Ebike evironment where you live.
What does that statement mean?
For those slow to grasp the obvious.
Decisions are being made NOW on whether they will be allowed going forward. Most here (all in this thread?) haven't a CLUE that there is even a discussion, much less LAWS being crafted.
The debate will be over before most of you ever open your mouth. (except here)
I don't know when the last time you rode the trail to York was? Maryland's section is in many places 4 feet wide and is mostly all on a curve, with dense vegetation allowing for ~50-100 yards of distance visibility. There are sections of only a single track in each direction. Pennsylvania's 25 miles has maybe ~16 or so right angle rail crossings you have make with the trail maybe 20 feet wide at the crossings (that includes the rail). The entire 45 miles of trail crosses many country roads. York is a small city. Throw in pedestrians, some small children and other bikes, I don't know where you can go 20 mph, much less 28? I know of 2 short sections you could top 20 for a minute or so, a mile or so each; one just north of Glen Rock and the other just south of York. Wintertime, if there isn't any snow or ice-pack you'd have a better shot at it, a lot less people and the lack of vegetation increases distance visibility and reaction time.And lots of people can 28 or more on a regular bike (not me). when I ride the trail to York i do not see what difference the trail see if i limit myself to 20??? maybe take longer???? spray the gravel further?hit more hikers? (just tempted, not really)