It would be pretty idiotic to do all this in a public space leaving evidence everywhere....unless EBR is his silent partner in crime!!Or completing the final stage of the long con. If I see Pushkar start to post lots of beach pics sipping pina coladas I'll just have to raise my glass and say well done sir, well done...
Sorry, just couldn't look at that red any more. Mine will be matte blue but that's beyond my photoshop skilz...
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Edit: I'm also hopeful the spare battery will fit vertically on larger frame sizes. Think it looks so much better and frees up room for water bottle mounting on lower tube:
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I think the biggest thing that makes Wattwagon unique is that Pushkar is willing to customize the bike for each customer.Just a bump for this awesome bike. Pushkar is constantly updating this bike after feedback from his original buyers group. How many bike companies do that!
Calling this ebike a WW.superbike is not hyperbole.
To that point, I was shopping for a mid-tail cargo bike. @pushkar is customizing the rear rack on my Superbike to be able to accommodate my stepdaughter (90 lbs) or wife (>90 lbs--this is a public forum!) The value for money is unbelievable and the quality will be second to none.I think the biggest thing that makes Wattwagon unique is that Pushkar is willing to customize the bike for each customer.
Just by reading EBR, I've seen some crazy stuff like adding rear suspension, custom making a frame to fit fat tires (WW fat bike didn't exist back in the day), adding solar panels, custom making dual battery option, willing do make GMAC + Phaserunner configuration, etc... he really goes above and beyond.
On top of that, offering 2 year warranty on tuned 3000W Bafang Ultra.
He really stands behind his product.
Well, you don't have to get the extra battery if you don't need the range. It would be a waste of money and added weight for something you would never use.How much is a step through really a step through with all that battery?