Specialized Rockhopper pro BBSHD.

nemesis

Pedelecer
Mar 14, 2011
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#1
As new 2017 Rockhopper pro fitted with Bafang BBSHD and 21ah EM3EV battery,nine power levels with gear and brake sensors fitted.Only ever used on road.
£2000 no offers,pictures to follow.
 

nemesis

Pedelecer
Mar 14, 2011
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#3
In storage with half charge ,still for sale.
 

nemesis

Pedelecer
Mar 14, 2011
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#4
Now at £1300,absolute bargain.
 

Rich_uk

Finding my (electric) wheels
Feb 3, 2018
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18
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West Midlands
#5
Asking for a friend.. what size is the bike? Top speed? Your location?
 

nemesis

Pedelecer
Mar 14, 2011
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#6
Located in Warrington,the bike is 19``,top speed with the gearing fitted is 67kph on the flat,but i have had it to 73kph with a slight tailwind at power level 8,the BBSHD is a good performer with a powerful battery.It is now fitted with a chainring adapter so bigger chainrings can be fitted if needed.There are 9 power levels so you can go slower.
 

Deus

Finding my (electric) wheels
Apr 18, 2014
87
8
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Dewsbury
#7
Hi,
I got a Rockhopper same one as yours just fitted the motor i find that the reduction gear just rests against the chainstay but it goes fully home did you use a thin spacer or just let it touch the chainstay?
Regards
Mark
 

Rich_uk

Finding my (electric) wheels
Feb 3, 2018
116
7
18
52
West Midlands
#8
Located in Warrington,the bike is 19``,top speed with the gearing fitted is 67kph on the flat,but i have had it to 73kph with a slight tailwind at power level 8,the BBSHD is a good performer with a powerful battery.It is now fitted with a chainring adapter so bigger chainrings can be fitted if needed.There are 9 power levels so you can go slower.
Thanks for the info, I’ll let him know.
 

nemesis

Pedelecer
Mar 14, 2011
507
52
43
#9
Hi,
I got a Rockhopper same one as yours just fitted the motor i find that the reduction gear just rests against the chainstay but it goes fully home did you use a thin spacer or just let it touch the chainstay?
Regards
Mark
It just misses when tightened up but it is very close.
 

Deus

Finding my (electric) wheels
Apr 18, 2014
87
8
8
Dewsbury
#10
Mine touched i did not dare tighten it up i used a spacer instead the chainline is good as i used a Likkie Bling ring but i will try to find a thinner spacer the one i used is 2.5mm i would like to try a 1mm or maybe 1.5mm but i can not find any in the UK only plastic ones.
 

Ibot260

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Nov 6, 2018
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Hello mate, I'm interested in the bike.. How would you like to proceed?
 

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