- May 5, 2015
I like it. The range is great and the price is really good I think.
the Sport CD and the (Krieger) have Shimano RapidFire gear shifter on the right, the throttle has to go to the left. Other than that, it's a normal full throttle, that means you don't have to pedal when you are tired.Another feature caught my attention is the throttle. Every bike i have came across so far throttle is always on the right. But on woosh bikes are on the left!!! Why is that? Pros cons?
I prefer to have the throttle on the right hand, for me it feels more practical..., I am sure some others also feel the same...the Sport CD and the (Krieger) have Shimano RapidFire gear shifter on the right, the throttle has to go to the left. Other than that, it's a normal full throttle, that means you don't have to pedal when you are tired.
just noticed that the rubber grip was not pushed in properly, will tell them to sort it.
I have been saying this for years, it's usually motorcyclists that like a right hand throttle and some insist despite explaining the reasons for having it on the left.The throttle should go on the left in this country so that you can put your hand out for right turns.
Can you explain to me the differences between the previous model battery and controller and the new upgrades other than the obvious range increase which I understand is quite significant, does the bike benefit significantly in other areas?woosh are upgrading the Sport CD to 36V 15AH battery and 20A controller.
It's not ready yet.