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  1. belfastbiker

    Review ADO A20 review for 150kg fat b'stards.

    Hi! After a few false starts (shock supplied new was rusted as hell), finally got out on the ADO A20 for a proper run. I'm 150kg, so 30kg past the weight limit for the bike. I expected immediate snakebite punctures or instantly collapsing pedals to be the main issue, but so far, it's...
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    Help! Metal flat platform non-folding pedals foe ADO A20?

    ADO A20 seems to come with non-metal folding pedals, couple reviewers showed that they had a fair bit of play in them. I'm heavy enough to have my own satellites, so would like to swap right away once bike arrives for a non-folding metal pair. Haven't been into bikes for years, I'm gathering...
  3. belfastbiker

    Ex-cyclist with bum big enough to have it's own postcode

    51yo Belfast-based heavy rider here, since I was last on bike, weight went up to 164kg, and down to 145kg and dropping. Also since I last biked, now have diabetes and arthritis, mostly in one knee. Getting old and sick and lazy sucks, but every day above ground is a good day. :) On lookout...
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    Help! Fiido D4S for heavy rider (145kg), and derestricting it.

    Aiming to get a Fiido D4S @ 145kg... won't be taking it off-road, off kerbs, over any rough terrain, and I'll obviously pump tyres up hard and swap tyres for Marathons. Hills is the main area I'll need electric power, I'm aware I'll still have to do a fair bit of effort (but less than a normal...