What kind of bike can do over 100 miles?

E-Wheels

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Aug 16, 2016
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and go up hills over 3 times faster than my best efforts.
https://www.strava.com/activities/2169761078
Maybe this one?
https://www.bmc-switzerland.com/int-en/alpenchallenge-amp-sport/
I have the same E8000 drive and 500 Wh battery on a 23kg aluminium frame and can get 100km (62miles) using eco with a fair bit of effort on my part riding mostly on flattish coastal paths
The BMC Alpenchallenge has the same drive and battery but with a light weight carbon frame, so it may go close to achieving 160km (100miles), as the E8000 drive is easy to pedal over the 25km/hr limiter
Have a read here; https://electricbikereview.com/forum/threads/bmc-alpenchallenge-amp-e-bikes.24151/
 
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LithiumFan

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I have just clocked 85ish miles on my Airnimal retro fitted with a 2 speed XD rear hub and a 36v 17.4Ah battery. I pedal a fair bit and rarely go above level 3 (out of 5) and this has included many 100 m of climb. I'm dead chuffed with it. My average speed is only about 12mph though. Any faster than 19mph and my legs can't keep up so I take a rest and freewheel.
 
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Nealh

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My kit bikes can do over 100 miles, just take extra capacity with me.
 
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mike425

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I once went out on my bike with Strava running on my phone. When I got home I forgot to turn it off and it ended up recording a few KOM after I got in the car and did a journey. I left it on the APP for comedy value but it pretty quickly got deleted after a load of "serious" roadies got the hump and flagged it to Strava (and sent me some arsey messages at the same time).
 
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