How are you replacing the n380 with a Rolhoff, I can't find that part anywhere, for context my N380 just died.I have a Charger 2017, on which I'm upgrading the N380 with a Rohloff for this very specific reason.
For my next bike I'd like to have 2x625Wh batteries and some advanced function against thefts, such as automatic lock and an integrated gps
How are you replacing the n380 with a Rolhoff, I can't find that part anywhere, for context my N380 just died.
Let me rant about the "next bike".
I'm in a temporary position I could buy almost any e-bike of my liking. Why should I do it?
Honestly, I don't need yet another e-bike. May my Vado and Lovelec serve me for long years to come, I might just upgrade them even more.
- Any type of road e-bike is out of question. I don't want be hunched over the handlebars. No Class 3 road e-bike is (I think) available in Europe, and I am not and won't be physically fit enough to not make a fool of myself riding a road bike slower than any young brat could do on their acoustic bikes.
- Riese & Muller HS? Oh, yes. Do I really need such a heavy bike? Will I be a better cyclist with an R&M? Certainly not. Longer range? I have spare batteries for my both e-bikes.
- Allant+ 9.9s? Lighweight & fast. Is not my Vado 5 good enough? How much should I invest in the Allant (spare battery! dropper post!) to get the bike to the level of my Vado?
- e-MTB? There are no mountains around. And the 25 km/h restriction? No, thank you.
- A fat bike? Why should I be stuck at 25 km/h restriction?