What kind of issues did you have?Have a 1 year old RIZE RX, 1000 Watt mid drive, I have had some issues with it. Use bike commute to work. Looking to purchase a new bike early December so I will have it start March. Any recommendations 1000 Watt mid drive bike?
Pretty steep $ wise for a hard tail trying to look like an MTB. Hydra is a better bet. If you can get one. 14 gear Rohloff ? Fine for riding around the neighborhood or maybe a bit further. But multiuse? Uh uh.You'll go a ways trying to beat something like this I think:
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Not something I would be interested in either. It would be more for those trying to improve (spend more money).Pretty steep $ wise for a hard tail trying to look like an MTB. Hydra is a better bet. If you can get one. 14 gear Rohloff ? Fine for riding around the neighborhood or maybe a bit further. But multiuse? Uh uh.
That's going to be more about you learning how to ride the bike efficiently than anything else. You'll likely need to slow down for starters. More to it than meets the eye early on.Im not happy with range, only get 4okm and I weigh 170lbs.
Yes, as I said I have had bikes for years. Serviced every 400km, I check it every week. Not impressed, the motor is great everything else is average.Same bike with FAT tires (2020 Rize RX Pro), 315 lb rider, riding mostly paved surfaces in hilly coastal area, making 35 miles easily (on average, not a one time deal). Range is determined by miles driven of course, but it's worth noting I'm riding the bike from a 100% charge down to 46v. Not bragging, just trying to make a point.....
If all you are getting is 40km (25 miles), something is wrong. Are you charging to 100%?
I'm just trying to head off the likely disappointment you will be facing after replacing this bike with another Ultra powered bike. There's no magic involved. If you can't get over 40km range with the bike you have, with another bike, even if it were dripping with quality and weighed half of what your current bike weighs, I doubt seriously you're going to see a significant increase in your range. Not without some changes in how you are riding the bike (assuming the bike is right/nothing wrong)....Yes, as I said I have had bikes for years. Serviced every 400km, I check it every week. Not impressed, the motor is great everything else is average.