MARINER AND SEDAN TRUNK:
3000 km's today YAY! My bike had a special surprise in store for me to celebrate this occasion memorably.
While heading to work in the rain I got a flat! Ak
Then it tipped over onto the gear side while trying to sort out a ride.
I pulled everything off of the bike and then my battery (which was minding it's own business) got by bumped and tipped over too!! Ahhhhh..
The taxi arrived and just fit my bike into the back trunk of the Toyota Corolla (newer model) but alas the lid would not close.. So for all you people wondering if it might fit in a standard sized trunk of a sedan, the answer is likely no.. UNLESS
... you like to keep an open trunk with bungees or have a larger that average trunk..
I don't have the gear protector like the new versions have(yes I am a bit envious) .. This may impair getting a bike into the trunk. .
I will be going to an LBS today (they groaned when I said it was a rear hub electric with a flat on the back). Oh dear..
Just trying to get it up and running ASAP. I must learn to be more mechanically sound. Unsure of the required repairs involved at this point. Hopefully it won't be a exciting as the morning. Fingers & toes crossed...
-Keep you gear shift-r protected