Sold my Pace 500

cstoebe

New Member
I had my Pace 500 for 1 year and 1300 miles. It was comfortable powerful and pretty much hassel free. It didn't have throttle from start which bothered me and I wanted to try a torque sensor instead of the cadence sensor. So I moved on to a Lmt'd from Ride1Up. It has an airfork, higher torque motor and the torque sensor. Way different ride as you control the power via the pedals So the Pace did good for a year and we'll so how the next year goes.
 

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Taylor57

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I had my Pace 500 for 1 year and 1300 miles. It was comfortable powerful and pretty much hassel free. It didn't have throttle from start which bothered me and I wanted to try a torque sensor instead of the cadence sensor. So I moved on to a Lmt'd from Ride1Up. It has an airfork, higher torque motor and the torque sensor. Way different ride as you control the power via the pedals So the Pace did good for a year and we'll so how the next year goes.

Just curious CS how much were you able to get for your Pace 500?
 

BigNerd

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I think the Pace 500 retails for $1595 and I agree... $1200 was a good sale price... but again... this is Covid shortage time.
 

Taylor57

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I am planning on selling one of my Sports when my Frey shows up. It will be interesting to see what I can get for it...
 

Ronrythm

New Member
I had my Pace 500 for 1 year and 1300 miles. It was comfortable powerful and pretty much hassel free. It didn't have throttle from start which bothered me and I wanted to try a torque sensor instead of the cadence sensor. So I moved on to a Lmt'd from Ride1Up. It has an airfork, higher torque motor and the torque sensor. Way different ride as you control the power via the pedals So the Pace did good for a year and we'll so how the next year goes.
How did you like a torque sensor versus a cadence sensor? Did it allow you more control?
Thanks,
Ron
 

cstoebe

New Member
Torque sensor really is the way to go. Complete control instead of trying to keep up with a cadense sensor. I have another ebike- a Wallke and every time I get on it I can't wait to get back on the Lmt'd with the torque sensor. The Wallke 1st pas went to 15mph vs the Pace went to about 11mph, so the Pace is more manageable. Remember, my Pace's throttle won't engage from start which got to be a pain