Not an ebike Eddie, but some of your rides aren't either;)
Some guy called Danny Macaskill:rolleyes: I was very disappointed to see he didn't ride it all, and he really should have tied his boat up. But a really nice method for crossing fences:D
The countdown for the hill climb certainly helps make it clear that the camera is on the bike being tested. I like the syncing to the music beat for the speed effect as well.
Slightly off topic - isn't the boardwalk a b*gger when it's wet!
Gosh Daniel - sorry to hear your news jobwise, but delighted for you becoming a father! There's more to that than providing an income, as you will discover. I hope the disappointment regarding your job doesn't overpower the joy you should feel at the imminent arrival.
This is a good time to see...
Unlike D8veh, I have persevered with my Wilco (not Wilko) one. Link here.
I don't find it that much of a faff to load (often with 2 electric bikes) - well, more accurately, not more of a faff than any other external bike carrier. But then again, I haven't gone down the route of buying a bike...
I'm impressed with your method, VictoryV. I'm simply reducing portion size (early days - always hungry!), and haven't looked at the calorie count - until now. Thank you.
PS Have been using the glass of water trick; it does help.
The wiring in the throttle was not the same as the controller. I finished up putting (I think) a full 36v down the 5v signal wire, because the pin location was different to the controller.
There are numerous threads on here about which wire to connect to what. Do a search on 'throttle' or...
Just make absolutely sure about the wiring when you attach any throttle - I got a throttle direct from UM for a UM36. Foolishly expected it to work out of the box, seeing as it was supposedly a throttle for that bike, and managed to blow the controller, as the wiring was not the same. My own...
Been there - done that:rolleyes:It seems the more thoroughly I prepare, the more likely I am to overlook a major component, rather than a small one.
Be interested to see some piccies, even though it's somewhat off topic:)
Well that particular item certainly explains why it's on your helmet! And it addresses one of the concerns I had which was what happens if someone well meaning takes your helmet off and you become 'separated' from it. If it became more common, then people would expect it, I suppose:)
It's a pleasing looking variation on a theme, with the advantage that it doesn't increase your roadspace to the extent of a traditional trike. You could do with a test ride first LindsayO. The Noomad website shows
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In the being prepared stakes, I can't fault your kit list Eddie, but from interest I wonder why you attach your medicalert to your helmet, rather than round your wrist or neck, where they would normally be found? Or is this becoming a convention amongst MTBers?