Ok thanks for clarifying that.
I would be using an emtb at trail centres quite a lot so probably best avoid a bike like this.
I have heard a few grumbles at trail centres recently when using my analogue bike from folks who would rather emtbs were not allowed .
So it’s one thing removing the...
If they are still evolving that’s a pity and maybe we are paying for the research and development.
Having looked at the prospect of fitting a crank drive kit to my Full sus bike ,I don’t think it’s an option because the motor is in a very vulnerable position
Well Woosh that’s something for me to think about considering I already have a full sus non ebike that I don’t use any more.
The reason I don’t use it is because it’s a 26er and I changed to a 650b a couple of years ago.
And Soundwave thanks for that info .
Interesting and kind of highlights...
So having checked out the latest offerings from most of the manufacturers I have to say that I’m now in two minds whether to bother entering the world of full sus emtbs
Main reason being the cost
I think the bikes are amazing and very capable but are we still paying for all the research and...
Thanks Soundwave for that video
It is encouraging that someone can now take care of the mechanical issues out of warranty and even has instructional videos showing how to do it yourself.
Having now watched a couple of these my thoughts on buying tried and tested technology are reinforced...
Thanks for the replies
I understand the importance of using a local dealer .
Local to me are Haibike Specialised Giant and Orbea
So quite a choice really .
I like the idea of the tried and tested Yamaha and Bosch.
The specialised models appear very popular despite a lot of issues , but maybe...
So it’s been a while since I checked out the bikes on offer from different manufacturers.
I’m looking at full suspension emtbs
capable of handling trail centre routes.
The last time I looked the Specialized models were popular but had a few issues
Have these been sorted now?
I would be more...
Does anyone know if the latest Yamaha motor fitted to the Sduro trekking 4.0 can be derestricted by the means of moving the speed sensor from the wheel to the crank in same way as on the older Yamaha motors?
My Haibike sDuro hardseven can be fitted with a double chainring and I would like to do this
I would like to add a larger chainring alongside the existing one if that’s possible
I have drawn a blank when trying to source the parts online
I searched this forum and someone asked about this a few...
Another obstacle, Ha ha
On the plus side I have been playing about with both my folding bikes to see which I prefer in readiness for conversion and have discovered that they are both not too bad as they are.
I’m not saying that I won’t bother converting them , just that I...