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I use Slime in my tyres. On my first trip out on my first, brand new leccy bike, the Slime hadn't arrived so I took my chances. Alas, two miles...
It sounds ambitious to me.
I have a 20kg bike with a 36V 8.8Ah battery and my limit is about 25 miles in hilly terrain. On the flat one low...
How many forum members have met another member while out on the road...?
Today, while stopping to take a pic, another cyclist stopped behind me,...
I wear one of these beneath my helmet: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Icebreaker-Pocket-Headwear-Copper-Gritstone/dp/B0721JTSJZ
A helmet cover is also...
Looks good to me and is typical cycling in my area.
An Ebike makes the impossible possible - and enjoyable!
Some insurers accept ebikes but many don't. It's a case of reading the smallprint on each policy to read their individual definitions.
It looks good for the money, apart from the 24V 8Ah battery.
My electric folder is too heavy to flap about but on my non-leccy folder a bungee cord does the job or a strip of self-gripping Velcro.
Cheap and cheerful, ticks all the boxes even if not very sporty:
The Sale of Goods Act should still apply regardless of how you paid for your purchase.
If a product develops a fault within a week of purchase then it is assumed to be defective when sold which means you are entitled to a refund or...
My view is that we only live once and we buy our bikes to use and enjoy rather than sit pretty and shiny in the house.
I'm probably not the most...
Non-technical answer: Just multiply your 10 amp battery by the voltage. If 36V x 10amps then 360Wh battery.