When I set up a take off for a fused spur I used these, as I updated my battery to controller connector at the same time.
I visited a supermarket this afternoon & whilst I waited to speak to it's owner I eventually finished loading my panniers & left.
So a casual thief could have got themselves a new electric bike for the cost of a front wheel using the quick release, or if they had pliers the cost of a few spokes.
I read this article & thought that what was not mentioned was the most important - how to secure your bike against theft.
I use both physical & psychological methods...
Just my experiences
I experimented over two years whilst travelling along 10 miles of single track country road. I just could not believe that oncoming motorists could not see me, as 90%+ just kept coming & forcing me to give way.
I tried a single solid light, then flashing before settling on...
Question - any practical experience of using Continental - Top Contact - Winter tyres
I am thinking of purchasing as I am tarmac only and its mainly frost pockets that cause problems
I have Schwalbe MARATHON WINTER studded tyres for snow/ice but they are not comfortable on cleared tarmac...
I did think about these, but whilst they would work for me on the main road with fast traffic overtaking me continuously within two miles I come to a village with multiple traffic lights, so I then undertake all of those vehicles that have just passed me, but on narrow urban streets, only...
I can see the idea behind this, but it will only work for ebikes & not cyclists who can easily exceed the electric assistance speed cut off.