You would need to ask them, www.allbatteries.co.ukWill they be able to ship to the US?
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With great power comes the urge to have a second battery, for £300.Several Yamaha owners on here showing interest in a new battery.
Does this indicate the early Yamaha batteries are already starting to lose capacity?
If so, that's a bit disappointing, and may be one of the reasons why Yam bikes are usually cheaper than equivalent Bosch ones.
Great views of Nidderdale and bike with battery attached... Apologies for the Red bucket but it was handy.All sounds good so far, can you post up a pic of the new battery.
Let's hope you can get the bike out for a spin soon so we know what the battery is like.
I have about 1000 miles on my yam battery and it's still fine but at the price you paid it may be nice to have another one for extra range.
I bought a 470 watt replacement battery built with Samsung cells from Allbatteries.co.uk, which at the time was on special offer at around £300. I think they are now around £330. Works great, I am very happy with it and not only have I requested a delivery date for one of my riding partners, I have also just posted a picture of it on the Electric Mountain Bikes section. The batteries do not come with logo's I have added them myself.My Yamaha battery has carried me 6000 miles so far, approaching my second anniversary commuting and is holding up really well. I will be very interested to see how long/far it takes me before I need to replace it as I enter my third year of ownership.
However having an alternative choice to the expensive Yamaha replacement has got to be a good thing for any owner.