- May 23, 2015
i could over take you no problem on my fs racing bike
Massive crank-drive motor compared with tiny hub-motor might have something to do with it.What is a little odd is that the Neo (18.5kg) is 5kg heavier than the Gain (13.5kg) but the difference in battery and driver/motor weights is responsible only for about 2kg of that. So I wonder what else accounts for the other 3kg?
I thought the relative motor and drive train weights for the X35 (2.3kg) and the ALP (3 .2kg) took that into account already? Isn't it all in the one sealed unit for the ALP?Massive crank-drive motor compared with tiny hub-motor might have something to do with it.
Great to hear you like the bike, I think I have said that for the same level of effort the Neo is about 3 to 4 mph faster (this is above cut off speed) than my Cube e-mtb. I've done about 350 miles on my now and I absolutely love it, very impressed indeed.Even when the motor cuts off I wasn’t hindered. I was aware of the weight but it did not slow me down too much at all.
This bike truly is amazing.