Thanks mate but its only a kona with no motor, sigh.Nothin wrong with that bike, I would ride it any day of the week.
That's ideal. I'm a B.Eng (Mech/elec).
A review. Lol. Bike magazine writers do calculus now?
Are you looking very hard? Just one of many, and still making frames to this day....Thing is: I don't see you welding any of your own frames....
Yeah, the only thing that's stopping me from shutting it down is the faint hope that it's contributing to an outcome where both camps eventually work out how to best co-exist.......fuckin hell. what a fuckin wank this thread has turned into
I understand that for sure... and as much as this thread winds me up, I think it’s not a bad thing to polarise the good from the bad… to remind us what we are up against.Yeah, the only thing that's stopping me from shutting it down is the faint hope that it's contributing to an outcome where both camps eventually work out how to best co-exist.
And also that I couldn't be fucked dealing with the inevitable accusations of censorship, etc etc
I mean is this thing 200watts or 250watts?… I reread the retort a few times and couldn’t make out what was he was on about… but, I doubt it is so low powered. OK, benefit of the doubt, if it is only 200/250watts, it must be slow as hell as it’s gotta weight a friggin’ ton. The e-motor in the rear wheel screams massive unsprung weight… let alone the batteries in the frame spar. So, 250watts to power that thing? Yeah right.Awesome morning for it. Now home to get the Fury 2.0 for some gravity.
Encounters with electric motorbikes on trails = 2. Number of times the above has happened = 0.Same with a powered vs pedal bike. Basic god-dam manners