Well the longest section of the tour de france this year will be a pathetic 147.5 miles. I'd suspect that even if you can ignore speed limits and the weight issues or have some fictional iron man style mini reactor onboard then you would simply fall asleep and slump over the handlebars long...
I wouldn't assume a bike is stronger as it has thicker tubes. Often it means the tubes are aluminum which isn't as strong, thinner tubes will be steel/cromo or titanium, anything overly curved is normally carbon fibre.
It really depends on your intended uses. I wouldn't advise an ebike made...
Can't see any reason to get the disc brake from them, plenty available over here for less with better service after should anything go wrong.
Just about every KOM in london has been taken by someone on a motorbike or scooter or in a car, have given up on them apart from to see my own PRs and stuff. Mostly riding my single speed.
I don't do many organised events but a friend has talked me into this one. It's cheap at £22 which helps and not as roadie as others.
I'm going to be riding single speed with the lfgss forum mob attending.
I would get a refund for the granit one, great idea and stuff but when tested it wasn't upto scratch.
I have 2 of these and a cable I sometimes loop around a wheel if I'm using just 1. Decathlon don't give a full model...
Also I decided to take the plunge and get a camera today(2 actually) noticed a cheap ebay listing for some MD80 cameras, went for 2 as I'm not sure the battery life will be enough with 1. Going to try for it mounted on my bag strap, if I can get...
Good to see you are still riding. I had a nice ride recently on my single speed, about 30-40 of us and weirdly we had nobody laugh at us or anything, also hardly anyone seemed to be driving between midnight and 3am.
And a little race some of us had.
Images are from others on the lfgss.