Can anyone recommend any folding type pedals for a standard frame style eBike please?
We have 2 full size crossbar style eBikes that go in the “garage” area in our Motorhome. But getting them in and out would be much easier if it wasn’t for the pedals, so looking at folding pedal options.
We now have 2 different eBike, both Bosch systems. 1 has an in frame 500Wh Batter and a 36v/4amp charger, the other a rack mounted 300Wh battery and a 36v/2amp charger. Both chargers have the same plug at the battery end.
My question is this, can I just take the 36v/4amp charger with...
Well it took Raleigh over a week to get the answer, but for anyone wanting to know, the process is as follows.
Screw 36mm nut fully into clamp assembly
Apply light downward pressure on centre of handlebars
Tighten top clamp bolt ONLY to 6-8Nm
Lift collar to expose 36mm nut...
Now I’m sorted, the wife is now looking to buy an eBike. It will be used as a shopper/local sightseeing bike, whilst we are away in the Motorhome.
She was looking at the Raleigh StowEway but then came across the Volt Metro LS. For the extra £100 odd pounds the volt seems to win...
It could have been a conversion ! That’s why I said it’s an eBike.
I have been an engineer, mechanic and plane builder but that doesn’t stop stupid mistakes. The only stupid engineers are the ones who won’t ask for advice.
It’s an eBike andy, the only thing inside the tube are electric cables and brake/gear cables.
I’m guessing it’s a case of aligning the handlebars with the clamp bolts slack and the nut screwed fully into the clamp. Then tighten the clamp bolts and unscrew the nut until the play in the headset...
Yes you are correct the big nut is threaded. It’s actually a split nut threaded into the casting above the nut itself. To move the nut in or out you have to slacken off the clamp bolts above it. But then the whole assembly is free to turn and move up and down on the shaft. No way can it actually...