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FIIDO D1 Folding Electric Bike £449 but £359.35 with code @ Gearbest
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Maybe a bit of a dog but it seems like a good enough e-bike at a silly price. Usual 250w motor and fairly good range of 40KM. Seat apparently adjustable as high as 105 CM and 120 … Read more
why not ......
just hire a good electric bike for a week and decide if you like it. Many shops knock the hire cost off the final sale price if you haggle.

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peonyfour36 m ago

What’s the speed limit for ebike in England? Tempted to get one at this p …What’s the speed limit for ebike in England? Tempted to get one at this price but not sure if Chinese standards are compatible with laws here...



Believe it is 15MPH. But people are riding Brinco's around at 40MPH so wouldn't worry about going 1 or 2 MPH over.
peonyfour13 m ago

What’s the speed limit for ebike in England? Tempted to get one at this p …What’s the speed limit for ebike in England? Tempted to get one at this price but not sure if Chinese standards are compatible with laws here...


Just get one. I ain't seen a policeman for about a year.
What’s the speed limit for ebike in England? Tempted to get one at this price but not sure if Chinese standards are compatible with laws here...
Edited by: "peonyfour" 16th Feb
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Besford35 m ago

Ahh - too clever for me!



Probably more a case of you have not sunk to my level yet.
Gore bike wear MTB / Commuter inner padded shorts size S-2XL £17.50 (Prime) / £21.49 (non Prime) or spend £20 (XL Add. 20% voucher = £14)
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A bargain price for high quality padded shorts for mountain biking
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now £20.99.
Good timing as I was planning on getting some more shorts but the type I bought last year seem to have increased in price. I'd just been buying cheap ones but bought a decent pair last year and a bit difference in the comfort.

Anyone seen any great deals on leggings?
Edited by: "Johnmcl7" 15th Feb
My pair has just arrived, sizing is spot on with drawstring waistband to adjust further if needed
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dodgymix1 h, 46 m ago

whats fit like?don't wanna look like a MAMIL


Size charts are pretty spot on
Was thinking about these just yesterday whilst getting a**eache on the turbo. It's like HUKD's members are reading my mind! Thanks OP.
Gore bike wear GBW + MTB / Commuter Shorts & Inner padded short S-XXL Only £16.80 Prime / £21.89 Non Prime @ Amazon
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Listed at £21 but tick the box for an extra 20% off on most size price after discount Wiggle have size S, XL @ £65 Medium Large & XL approx £16.80 after 20% discount, only 5% … Read more
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I’d like to like gore shorts but being a 34-36 waist (large) they just don’t fit right, ive found they are tight on the waist and too baggy on the legs, with a slimmer waist they may fit better..

the tops are quality have have had a few Activeshell windstopper jackets, the gilet, turtleneck zip and base layers all quality and fit as expected, just ordered a power trail thermo jersey on crc for £45 (1/2 price

endura are a great scottish’s company, I ragged an mt500 jacket on barb wire at the weekend and emailed them, and they replied quickly they have a repair service £15 flat fee, I’m hoping they can patch it up..

in terms of shorts see if you can get hold of some endura MTR or MT500 or singletrack shorts, I have hummvee shorts but don’t like the fit personally ok for casual.
They are far more technical with stretch panels and a better fit, look overall...

i have fox shorts but but they feel flimsy boardshort like in comparison, great for summer but need something tougher in winter

TLD Troy lee make some great shorts I’m told, but many are too in your face for me
Edited by: "whatyadoinsucka" 13th Feb
Large now £33.32 with discount think I'll stick with the Humvees
So you don't like Gore shorts but found and posted the deal anyway? Fairplay.
'Tis a good deal, and ordered, but not sure.

I dunno if those are the same, click your order link and provide the product link if you like.

If you click the link I provided then it'll show if those are the ones you bought for you at the top:
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They look very similar, but I think they're different.

I've still got some Endura Humvee shorts to return - for casual shorts I fit a 31" waist.
So I bought Medium - and they're way too tight.

I don't know about Endura and Altura - the British brands, it'd be nice to get a decent british brand but I don't like their names, and they seem to make poorer cheap products.

Maybe they simply don't have the brand cache - but I'm not an Endura fan having bought the Humvee and wondering what people were raving about - but I only tried them on.

I preferred the more minimal and smarter styling of Fox.
Fox is expensive and overpriced, but can be bought on offer for more reasonable prices - and all the Endura shorts other than the original Humvee aren't really any cheaper than Fox on offer - e.g. £50-£60
I've not compared the other Endura shorts to Fox shorts, but Fox shorts seem to be made from more technical fabric, with a smarter and more minimal/performance focused design.

Dunno, still struggling to find some decent mountain bike shorts that actually fit without paying a fortune.
Fox 32 fit me if they have the inner velcro tabs - the plastic integrated belt only doesn't work for me as 32 is actually too large.
Need to try their 30s.
31 will probably be correct, dunno.
Their sizing seemed consistent at least.
Edited by: "Shinoke" 12th Feb
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Shinoke18 m ago

Shame there isn't a similar deal on …Shame there isn't a similar deal on these:https://www.amazon.co.uk/Padded-Mountain-Selected-Fabrics-TPOWSH/dp/B00YR34IUE/


Which these ones , I sent them back, worst fitting shorts I’ve ever tried on, gore jackets and tops and endura shorts for me , the element shorts are £45 and 20% off on certain sizes ,
again they were so baggy on me and a strange waist so I sent them back
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Gtech eBike Sport, refurbished, with 1 year warranty £595 direct from Gtech / Ebay
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Have you always wanted to climb the mountains of Mars? ...but now you're over the hill? Then come to Ebay and buy this bike. £400 saving. So don't let life pass you buy. For the me… Read more
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lageryron12th Feb

Can i mod this so it goes like stink off a shovel ?


Mine arrived today, just gave it a test run (with lights and safety gear for the fear mongers noticing the time I'm posting) and you don't need to mod it as it already goes off like poop on a shovel. Any more thrust and you could pop off a unintentional wheelie.

It's not a bad bike. Cycling enthusiasts should hate it as theirs no benefit other than the acceleration you get from the set off. When you hit that 15 mph limit it's fairly annoying not having any gears to push it faster, but I knew that before purchasing from fantastic reviews out there.

Others who want to cycle for work or leisure but find doing that a struggle will love it. The smallest profile e-bike I've ever seen. The weight is probably a little heavier than most steel alloy bikes but it's worth that extra weight for the assisted power.
thabiz13 h, 20 m ago

Could it not be lubricated with Silicone spray or car fan belt anti squeak …Could it not be lubricated with Silicone spray or car fan belt anti squeak stuff?

thabiz13 h, 20 m ago

Could it not be lubricated with Silicone spray or car fan belt anti squeak …Could it not be lubricated with Silicone spray or car fan belt anti squeak stuff?

If I recal correctly, the supplied instructions stated that no lubricant could be used on the drive belt.
grazie11th Feb

I got one one trial and there's a lot to like. What I didn't like was the …I got one one trial and there's a lot to like. What I didn't like was the one size fits all frame, which was too big for me. I certainly wouldn't want the ladies version. Also, the belt drive squeaks and can't be lubricated.


Could it not be lubricated with Silicone spray or car fan belt anti squeak stuff?
Marzman11 h, 13 m ago

I've ridden two eBikes (costing £700 and 2k) and wouldn't rate either, for …I've ridden two eBikes (costing £700 and 2k) and wouldn't rate either, for the simple reason that if you're a good cyclist most of the time you'll be out of the assistance range, and working harder to due to the weight etc.. You do see the benefit on hills and on windy days, but for the money you could get a seriously good 'normal' bike, which will be easier to ride most of the time.Now if they didn't cut out at 15mph...



Personally in the coming years I would consider an electric road bike that was'nt too heavy but could give some assistance up the harder hills (to stop the heart rate getting too high) so I could still take place in cycle club group rides. Hopefuly though I am a quite a few years away from this unless my knee degrades faster than I am hoping it will....
ossie511th Feb

Nonsense. You clearly haven't ridden an ebike. You have to work for it to …Nonsense. You clearly haven't ridden an ebike. You have to work for it to move! Takes the intensity out of those horrible hills and makes the ride pleasurable. Ensures you get to work without needing a shower but having to put effort in. Cuts out above 15mph as it has to by law. Excellent for commuting.


I've ridden two eBikes (costing £700 and 2k) and wouldn't rate either, for the simple reason that if you're a good cyclist most of the time you'll be out of the assistance range, and working harder to due to the weight etc.. You do see the benefit on hills and on windy days, but for the money you could get a seriously good 'normal' bike, which will be easier to ride most of the time.

Now if they didn't cut out at 15mph...
Gore Bike Wear Women's Power Trail WindStopper Soft Shell Jacket size 36 small Only £28.16 @ amazon
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absolute bargain, only 2 left in stock, for the outdoor smaller lady all over sizes expensive on amazon, reduced to £108 on wiggle
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Don't like the colour
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adsham1 h, 35 m ago

Perfect, thanks - took a punt, hoping that was a case as new the deal …Perfect, thanks - took a punt, hoping that was a case as new the deal wouldn't last very long!



yeah the gore stuff dont last long at all, i've had a few mens items at ridiculously low prices (20-25% of the RRP, ie 80% off) and the quality is one of the best.
worse case scenario it doesn't fit offer it a friend, or send it back but as amazon now charge returns postage sell it on ebay
Edited by: "whatyadoinsucka" 30th Jan
whatyadoinsucka2 h, 21 m ago

8-10 id say, as also a 34 which would be small 6-8


Perfect, thanks - took a punt, hoping that was a case as new the deal wouldn't last very long!
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adsham25 m ago

What size would this be roughly speaking? Size 8?


8-10 id say, as also a 34 which would be small 6-8
What size would this be roughly speaking? Size 8?
Schwalbe Little Big Ben Active Rigid Tyre Reflex 700x38 in a  Nice Brown Colour Only - £8.79 / £12.78 delivered @ Acycles
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kay956 m ago

cycling is fun but very dangerous


Genius!
cycling is fun but very dangerous
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Heat. Nice tyres
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Cheapest E-Bike - Viking Hopper City Electric Bike £399 - Save on petrol, tax, maintenance etc at e-bikesdirect
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Owning a car can be pretty expensive... riding a bicycle can sometimes be seen as a lot of effort. So... why not chose an e-bike which can take the expense and effort out of both..… Read more
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Another cheap option here;

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It's smaller wheels but has a more powerful motor, higher voltage battery although unsure of actual Ah capacity. It's lighter and has a protected battery stored in the frame for security. Pretty much the same drivetrain quality. Worth considering too.

Viking bikes are part of Avocet bikes, I don't have a problem with them but assembly can sometimes be a bit rough and may need a bit of a service to get everything right before riding. An internet purchase like this really requires someone who is mechanically minded to give it a good check. One good thing about this Viking folding bike is in a few years when the battery has worn out (2-5 years) or the motor has died (?) you can replace the front wheel with a cheap standard 20" front wheel and remove all electric parts and you are back to having a standard bike which can be used for many years.
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premierfella18th Jan

Yes - perhaps I should have been more explicit. What I mean is that in …Yes - perhaps I should have been more explicit. What I mean is that in some areas of the country 15.5mph really isn't that far from the official speed *limit* of the roads you'd be on anyway.



That is very true.
I took a 7.5 mile journey by car the other morning, leaving at 7am to North Manchester General Hospital, and that journey took 1 hour 5 mins
Although I cant comment of this particular bike, an ebike is excellent for normal commuters. Im not talking about the inconsiderate lycraclad butt'r smeared (they put cream on their anus's!!) sweaty road clogging fools. But for normal people, its a real benefit.
DigitalReaper15 m ago

You know 15.5 is less than 20 right?



Yes - perhaps I should have been more explicit. What I mean is that in some areas of the country 15.5mph really isn't that far from the official speed *limit* of the roads you'd be on anyway.
DigitalReaper9 m ago

No, the point is you don't have 200W driving it, because the motor …No, the point is you don't have 200W driving it, because the motor switches off at 15.5mph. Electric bikes will slow down your commute in almost all situations, unless you have steep hills both ways.


We're talking about two different situations. Do you have 200W assistance when going from 0mph at the lights, yes. Do you have 200W assistance when going at 16mph down the road, no. Will you reach 16mph on the road? Who can say, in my city absolutely not.

So let's stop saying "your commute" like it's universal, let's try "your commute down 20 miles of country lanes" and "your commute across 2 miles of horrific traffic in central Manchester at 8:30am, going 20m between red lights at a time". This bike is rubbish for the former, great for the latter. Probably why it has "City" in the name.
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Gtech Sport eBike Ex-trial (Refurb) £595 Ebay (Gtech Official Ebay Store)
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I've tried one. It's really for people with age 50+.
Otherwise, don't bother, it's a heavy bike, no gears, very weak motor.
bornagainst15th Jan

I seriously doubt it. An unrestricted e-bike is classed as an electric …I seriously doubt it. An unrestricted e-bike is classed as an electric motorbike, and if you're riding it illegally, I can't see any insurance company covering you.


It is a myth that an insurer can avoid it's liability to a third party because of the policy holder's illegal behaviour. It can avoid paying the policy holder, not the third party. Bizarrely a car driver can be prosecuted for no insurance but the insurer still pay the third party.
blackrat6218 h, 41 m ago

Hard to sue someone if they have no money. Plus actually, a lot of …Hard to sue someone if they have no money. Plus actually, a lot of domestic insurance policies insure you in such claims. Heat for the deal by the way - the reviews are very good.



I seriously doubt it. An unrestricted e-bike is classed as an electric motorbike, and if you're riding it illegally, I can't see any insurance company covering you.
gslgregory1 h, 5 m ago

Does that mean it was slipping because it was wet, or once used in the wet …Does that mean it was slipping because it was wet, or once used in the wet it is buggered?If the latter it's not going to be very good considering the UK's weather!


No, it was slipping because it was worn and it had worn prematurely because I'd used it regularly in the rain. I wasn't impressed given the manufacturer boasts about the all weather advantage of the belt over a chain.

John
Johnmcl717 h, 4 m ago

I've tried a belt drive for a commuter and wouldn't have another, it was …I've tried a belt drive for a commuter and wouldn't have another, it was slipping which was diagnosed as it being worn and needing replaced even though it had been used far less than it was rated for. I mailed Gates, the company manufacturer said it had happened as I'd used the bike in the wet. The pain with the belts is the parts are expensive and difficult to get a hold of whereas chain parts are much cheaper and readily available.



Does that mean it was slipping because it was wet, or once used in the wet it is buggered?

If the latter it's not going to be very good considering the UK's weather!
Carrera Crossfire-E electric Bike at Halfords for £960
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Gone down for the January sale from £1250 Finance also available with 0% intrest for £80 a month
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For the record:

British Cycling membership - £19.80, resulting discount - £96 (email confirmation easily accepted)
£960-£96=£864

£850 worth of Zeek vouchers cost (two transactions) - £850*0.92+2*£0.30 =£782.60
Zeek Topcashback £2+£7=£9 (my old account, wife's new account)
Zeek promotion (two accounts) £2*£30=£60 ( hotukdeals.com/dea…e=2)

Remaining £14 paid from my credit card

782.60+19.80-9.00-60.00+14.00=~£747 . This takes into account 2*£30 Zeek balances that I can spend on big variety of gift cards.

I still can cancel British Cycling DD if I wish as it's scheduled on the first day of the next month.
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32945671-NwmzB.jpgI’d be very interested in getting one of these through our cycle to work scheme if not for the fact that Northern Ireland is currently without a sitting government and as such the legislation distinguishing ebikes and motorbikes hasn’t yet being passed (it has been in the rest of the uk). So while I could buy one, to legally use it I’d have to tax, mot and insure it plus wear a proper motorcycle helmet whilst riding it! If NI ever does decide to join you guys in the 21st century though I’ll have to remember to check these out....
Review of bike along with examples of hill climbing:

The Freego Hawk at £1099 is pretty poor spec wise in comparison, cable disc at front, v-brake rear (crossfire-e hydraulic brakes front and rear), lower rated battery (10ah vs 11.6ah), very cheap top gun forks, and only one size frame available, compared to 3 sizes on the Crossfire-e
neostand2 h, 37 m ago

The only people that consider this a good ebike are those that have not …The only people that consider this a good ebike are those that have not tried others form companies that have been making them for years rather than this which is not much more than a regular cheap Carrera with a conversion kit put on it. For that price you can get a Freego or even a Wisper. Why do people keep falling for the Halfords con with their bikes?


When I was looking at ebikes to buy, I hired a 3k Stromer, tested a Cube from the local specialist and there was nothing these bikes did that the Crossfire didn't. If you look on the Pedalecs forum all the 'branded' bikes have their particular problems too.
Ironically, the Freego Hawk is now on Halfords website for sale at 1099. I can't see any advantage over the Crossfire.
As far as Halfords are concerned, my nearest shop was useless and had no product knowledge or interest in the product, one a little further away were great and knew their stuff. About the same experience as visiting the local cycling specialist.
At this price point the Crossfire is a bargain, the Freego will probably be just as good, but more expensive.
F - wheel DYU Electric Bike £189.11 @ Gearbest
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brendanhickey18 m ago

You really expect people on council estates to follow the public highway …You really expect people on council estates to follow the public highway code. Next you will asume we pay for a tv license too


yes because i dont stereotype
adamspencer953 h, 0 m ago

so i don't really understand your comment...?


You really expect people on council estates to follow the public highway code. Next you will asume we pay for a tv license too
finnmaccool2 h, 55 m ago

But legal for council estates.

And/or Anarchists.
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finnmaccool46 m ago

Well done Adam.


so i don't really understand your comment...?
Micro GPS Tracker Waterproof Locator Electric Bike Motorcycle Car Burglar Alarm For GT09 £14.64  Banggood
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iMars Micro GPS Tracker for £14.64 Banggood offer Waterproof, with ACC to detect ignition
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Ordered one. Just gathering the info to try to work out how to make it work. I have trawled the reviews and translated them with Google. This is the outcome if it helps others.

Links to word document versions of the manuals in English:-

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Other reviewers comments and tips.....

the exact location of the vehicle via SMS you have to type G1234 and to enable the display on the AIKA app instead you have to type in apn123456 cmnet. Remember that the default password is 123456. In this way you can see in real time the path that the vehicle is making. I wanted to buy another one but the offer is over but believe me it's worth the money you spend

I don't use APN or Internet or GPRS, I just use SMS text. plug in SIM, wait until orange light is steady. Call the #, it should ring. send this SMS: admin123456 12223334444 <- your areacode+ phone send this SMS to set English: 109# send this SMS to check settings and get a SMS response: CXZT if it says you have XM_GT09.... firmware, then : send this SMS to get GPS location and map link text back to you: g1234

Works with Tmobile Pay As You Go SIM in USA. I don't use APN or Internet or GPRS, I just use SMS text. plug in SIM, wait until orange light is steady. Call the #, it should ring. send this SMS: admin123456 12223334444 <- your areacode+ phone send this SMS to set English: 109# send this SMS to check settings and get a SMS response: CXZT if it says you have XM_GT09.... firmware, then : send this SMS to get GPS location and map link text back to you: g1234 You may need to send this SMS to get SMS replys if nothing is working by this point : SF If you get "SF FAIL, ACC ON" then unplug the orange wire temporarily

It took some 2 weeks to get the correct documentation for the tracker I received. I take a couple stars off on quality and value for that reason.There are at least 2 flavors of firmware and they need their own documentation (they are now both available on the item page). This tracker's sensitivity is just amazing: its GPS is getting satellites fixes even when indoor (my other GPS don't). Yet don't expect a fix when underground. So far, I never got an LBS localization in "normal" use, it always sent proper GPS localization. It reacts to movements if you so wish. You can set it to do geo-fencing, daily location report, low battery alarm, etc. If you don't want to spend money on a SIM with a data plan, you can set the tracker to work solely via SMS. On the other hand, if you want to track in real-time, you have to use GPRS (2G network) to the server of your choice: there is one already set up by default when you purchase the tracker (see the documentation: server and app) but it can be your very own server (like traccar for example) by setting the IP and Port via an SMS command to the tracker. When fully charged, the internal battery lasts about 3 hours which isn't bad. On an external 12V supply, it constantly draws at least 20mA when "idle" and around 45/50mA when sending an SMS (it probably draws a lot more on the internal battery, GSM modules are known to draw up to 2A while SMSing). Now that I got the right doc, I'm very happy with this tracker. BTW, mine has the AU08 firmware. Check yours and pick the right doc accordingly.

It is impossible to set up the device using the doc included (unless there are 2 versions of the device in the same shape...). For my device I used this documentation: English version: fpv1.ru/up/…pdf Russian version + some tips how to set up the tracking on web page: drive2.ru/l/4…25/ Everything works perfectly !

If you are looking for a budget GPS tracker then this the product for you. It took me a while to understand how to get it to work but after reading the comments & the FAQ section here everything got sorted. You will need to insert a SIM card for it to function. Good thing is that you can track your vehicle from the mobile app & from the computer website. I recommend. Thumbs up.
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BraddersJ14th Jan

3 only use 3G & 4G whilst I suspect this online runs on 2G (haven't …3 only use 3G & 4G whilst I suspect this online runs on 2G (haven't checked the spec but you can ).Try any other SIM card but not 3.FYI, GiffGaff do free SIMs with £10 bonus when you top up.Hope this helps


That did the trick! Thanks!
Now, on the monitoring platform, what is the password? Can't seem to find documentation on this anywhere.

Turns out it's 123456
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HHNNNGGG12th Jan

Not sure if i'm being a moron, but the hardware i got doesn't respond / …Not sure if i'm being a moron, but the hardware i got doesn't respond / can't call or text it - i'm inserting a three SIM card with a data plan, taken from my phone. Should it be a specific type of SIM?


3 only use 3G & 4G whilst I suspect this online runs on 2G (haven't checked the spec but you can ).
Try any other SIM card but not 3.

FYI, GiffGaff do free SIMs with £10 bonus when you top up.

Hope this helps
Not sure if i'm being a moron, but the hardware i got doesn't respond / can't call or text it - i'm inserting a three SIM card with a data plan, taken from my phone. Should it be a specific type of SIM?
this seems a good deal as it can roam on other networks when they move whatever they have stone to europe.
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Great E-bike Deal - Giant Road-E+ 2 25kph Electric Bike - Over £1000 off! £1549 @ Je James Cycles
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Maskarova2 h, 9 m ago

Can i ask where you got your conversion kit from? Im wary of ebay bargains …Can i ask where you got your conversion kit from? Im wary of ebay bargains with this and have only looked at cyclotricity, thanks




I got an 8fun front hub motor kit with a 9amp/hr battery........ cost about £400, but this was about 4/5 years ago now. I'm still using it so its been really reliable, but you can get better, more torque, and more efficient systems now. I would prob go crank drive if i bought a kit again.
Ebikes, and Ekits take a lot of research to get what you want, everyone has different requirements....;. try the Ebike forums, Pedelecs, Endless Sphere and even some cycle forums have a Ebike section.
Biker.Jeff8 h, 31 m ago

The reason ebikes are so expensive, is that they just dont sell many here …The reason ebikes are so expensive, is that they just dont sell many here in the UK. Its currently a really small market. If the amount of ebikes sold were the same as regular bikes, they would only be half the price, or even less.I built my own ebike with a kit, but would only buy a ready built one if has a big discount.


Can i ask where you got your conversion kit from? Im wary of ebay bargains with this and have only looked at cyclotricity, thanks
Edited by: "Maskarova" 26th Nov 2017
The reason ebikes are so expensive, is that they just dont sell many here in the UK. Its currently a really small market. If the amount of ebikes sold were the same as regular bikes, they would only be half the price, or even less.
I built my own ebike with a kit, but would only buy a ready built one if has a big discount.
ds3067 h, 45 m ago

You're right, I'm living in China at the moment and e-bikes are the norm …You're right, I'm living in China at the moment and e-bikes are the norm here. Everyone uses them, it's the best way to get around. I bought a decent one for £230 and it goes much quicker than 25km/h. And that wasn't even a good deal, Walmart sells folding e-bikes for about £120.Edit: I can also get the Xiaomi scooter for close to £110.


Blimey. You could make a killing selling the xiaomi scooter for that price on here!
Be79n6 h, 48 m ago

Fantastic deal but I don't even really like the TRP SPYRE on my CAADX, let …Fantastic deal but I don't even really like the TRP SPYRE on my CAADX, let alone on an e-bike. Heat added though for decent enough bike. (Would just prefer hyrdro brakes)


I have the trp spyre and they have been far better since I replaced the pads to Shimano deore pads wiggle.co.uk/shi…ds/
£7 a set, the spyres are meant to be even better with swissstop pads £18 a set.

for the bling I also added icetech rotors on, and I'm sure they make a big different over the regular rotors and I lost around 70-80 grams over the old rotors and CL adaptor,

they havent got the power of Xt m8000 or even slx mountain bike brakes but they stop ok.
the 105 and ultagra Shimano hydraulics are £250/£300 on Merlin cycles if you fancy an upgrade
Edited by: "whatyadoinsucka" 26th Nov 2017
STRADA TRAIL SPORT ELECTRIC £850 at Raleigh
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Great price for this bike. Down from £1700
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Biker.Jeff24th Nov

Yes, but its illegal isn't it.....Although the legalities doesn't bother …Yes, but its illegal isn't it.....Although the legalities doesn't bother me much, but its power over range. I'm more interested in range, so i stick to legal.


It's very easy for it to be illegal, as in they'll put out 1300W peak, but you can cap them in software to 250W, 15mph. Personally I'd rather have the extra power available for those times I'm not on a road.
abdi123461 h, 3 m ago

Looks awesome. Shame i just bought a pedal bike.


Get an E-bike kit, loads of good ones out there, not that hard to DIY with a bit of internet research.
rugman1 h, 16 m ago

Yep, the Strada Electric at £1250 is the best deal here. Great spec with …Yep, the Strada Electric at £1250 is the best deal here. Great spec with the Shimano STEPS crank drive, and Alfine Di2 electronic gears. And no cheap suspensions forks, instead a ridgid carbon blade setup, nice. A great commuter/touring ebikehttps://www.raleigh.co.uk/strada-electric-18010[Image]


Looks awesome. Shame i just bought a pedal bike.
jonmarz8931 m ago

does this mean I don't have to peddle up hills x


No, but you could achieve and maintain 15.5mph with motor assistance a lot easier than I could on my road bike, up a gradient greater than ~3%.
Edited by: "N0bodyOfTheGoat" 24th Nov 2017
does this mean I don't have to peddle up hills x
50% off Raleigh Bikes this Black Friday
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50% off Raleigh Bikes including over £1000 off electric bikes, discounts on road, hybrid, mountain bikes and accessories.
Can't comment on the electric bike but spoke to my local bike shop about the kids zero bikes and he told me just to buy it, great bike for the price.
A few bikes but includes 2 electric bikes anyone know if they are any good?
F - wheel DYU D2 Folding Electric smart Bike - EU Plug £356.84 w/code delivered @ Gearbest
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Code: fwddhUK Okay, this is something different from me :D Was having a look at electric bikes a while ago and didn't see this back then, I've had a little nose around on this … Read more
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lanky7820th Nov

Fair enough. I was thinking that the amount of charge generated would be …Fair enough. I was thinking that the amount of charge generated would be proportional as the bike is only a tiny fraction of a cars weight so, while it wouldn't generate as much as a car, wouldn't need to for a similar effect. I'm old enough to have had old school bike lights running from dynamos so know pedal power does gereate a little bit at least lol.I've ordered one as its compact enough for me to carry into the office and charge at work anyway, solving the issue of needing to charge mid working day if the battery gets low on the trip out. That hopefully cuts my commute cost to almost zero without the risk of running out of juice (although there's always good old pedal power if it comes to it).Anyone else got one? I've seen good things about the D1 version (From when it was £400 too) so I'm hoping the second gen one is even better. Looks like its lost the cruise control though...



How did you get on with this lanky?

They're going for £301.08 on gearbest now. How much did it come to all in including delivery/import etc?
Fair enough. I was thinking that the amount of charge generated would be proportional as the bike is only a tiny fraction of a cars weight so, while it wouldn't generate as much as a car, wouldn't need to for a similar effect. I'm old enough to have had old school bike lights running from dynamos so know pedal power does gereate a little bit at least lol.

I've ordered one as its compact enough for me to carry into the office and charge at work anyway, solving the issue of needing to charge mid working day if the battery gets low on the trip out. That hopefully cuts my commute cost to almost zero without the risk of running out of juice (although there's always good old pedal power if it comes to it).

Anyone else got one? I've seen good things about the D1 version (From when it was £400 too) so I'm hoping the second gen one is even better. Looks like its lost the cruise control though...
The small number of times some form of regeneration has been fitted to Ebikes in the past, its turned out to be at best a gimmick and at worst a hindrance. It adds complexity, weight and causes drag for only the tiniest amount of charge back into the battery. It has a lot of disadvantages with almost no advantages.
Its the reason the vast majority of Ebikes dont bother with it.
lanky7810 h, 3 m ago

Ever heard of dynamos, regenerative braking and pulse driving (or just …Ever heard of dynamos, regenerative braking and pulse driving (or just coasting). All ways to generate a small amount of power when a hybrid isn't using the battery for driving. I wasn't suggesting it was the only way to charge it just did it offer a way to extend the riding time Vs just electric Anyway it does state that you get about 20km as an ebike or 45km in moped mode so there is some logic behind the question 😋


As Biker.Jeff says, it's basically all in the energy source. Regen braking makes sense if you just look at a cyclist at the top of a hill about to ride down. If you consider how they got to the top of that hill then regen braking becomes charging the battery by pedalling but with extra steps. That's before you consider that batteries, controllers and motors aren't 100% efficient, or that pumping power back into the battery will require extra circuitry which adds weight.
lanky789 h, 16 m ago

Ever heard of dynamos, regenerative braking and pulse driving (or just …Ever heard of dynamos, regenerative braking and pulse driving (or just coasting). All ways to generate a small amount of power when a hybrid isn't using the battery for driving. I wasn't suggesting it was the only way to charge it just did it offer a way to extend the riding time Vs just electric Anyway it does state that you get about 20km as an ebike or 45km in moped mode so there is some logic behind the question 😋



A car has an engine to recharge its batteries. A car also has a lot of weight, so the regenerative braking releases a lot of energy for battery recharging.
Ebikes are nothing like Hybrid cars.
Xiaomi Qi cycle EFi smart folding electric bike. £435 in white,  usual price £619. GearBest.com.
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Xiaomi Qi cycle EFi smart bicycle. £435 for white version, usual price is £619. 3 day flash sale and only 56 pieces left. This is a smart folding electric bike from xiaomi sold… Read more
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Back up to £615 now...
BigBuds27th Oct

That’s not true at all. I’ve ordered about 5 items bigger then this and nev …That’s not true at all. I’ve ordered about 5 items bigger then this and never been hit with customs. They send large items on a train through Europe to Poland then they are sent from there to the U.K. so as far as customs are concerned it’s come from Poland[Image] In total I’ve ordered over 100 items from gearbest and not once been hit for customs and always got my item



Interesting how the parcel is made to go through Belarus, probably the most dodgy country in the whole of Europe.
Edited by: "supermann" 29th Oct 2017
There are similaities to the Brompton, the Brompton having a 50% bigger battery. They claim 40 to 80km so this 45km claim is about right, 20 miles or so looking the norm.
This in white is far from trendy looking.
morrig27th Oct

In January for a mere £2,595 the Brompton Electric could be your new …In January for a mere £2,595 the Brompton Electric could be your new stead... http://www.wired.co.uk/article/new-brompton-electric-bike-review-uk-price-release-date-top-speed-range


thats a total rip off.....
Looks a really nice E bike, but I assume spare parts would be next to impossible.
Funkier men's active padded cycling short black all sizes XS-XXXXL £7.99 @ CRC chain reaction (free P&P £9 spend) bottle £1.49
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The frilly undies?? While I was working for Cotton Traders.

The stupid thing is, I was the LAST person in the supply chain, yet no one else had spotted it, even though it was in a clear cellophane bag.

The 5XL that just fitted a 2 y/o came from a trader in Guangzhou; I bought a lot of VERY nice (silk) outfits from him, but this one was a teeny tiny bit smaller than expected. Luckily it was all dirt cheap (relatively speaking), and it went down a storm in the dressing up box at our old nursery school.
Sadly, I have lost his details (blame the Police).
Gentle_Giant1 h, 2 m ago

I have an XXXXL shirt that would fit a 2 y/o..... if they were really …I have an XXXXL shirt that would fit a 2 y/o..... if they were really skinny.I am being serious - the Chinese will stick on whatever label they have handy, I have seen a package labelled "XXL mens multi stripe rugby shirt", that quite clearly contained a set of ladies frilly undies in a tasteful shade of lilac.


Where, where???????????
I have an XXXXL shirt that would fit a 2 y/o..... if they were really skinny.

I am being serious - the Chinese will stick on whatever label they have handy, I have seen a package labelled "XXL mens multi stripe rugby shirt", that quite clearly contained a set of ladies frilly undies in a tasteful shade of lilac.
Cycling clothing is notoriously often much smaller than the sizes you imagine. For example, I just received a pair of XXL cycling tights that just fit when my measurements for them indicated that I only need a L.
10% off Electric Bikes with Voucher Code @ Halfords
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*Excludes Pendleton Somerby Electric Bike, Carrera Vengeance E Bike and approved partners. Enter the code at the checkout
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rugman13 h, 44 m ago

Don't see why not... Add the code at checkout for collection in store, …Don't see why not... Add the code at checkout for collection in store, it'll be reserved at the discounted price, then get your bc card out when you pay ay. I did this recently with a 10% code they sent me a few months earlier


Thanks. The code doesn't work against all electric bikes. I have contacted them.
ianlash12th Sep

I presume I can't use my British Cycling discount as well, as that is in …I presume I can't use my British Cycling discount as well, as that is in store only.


Don't see why not... Add the code at checkout for collection in store, it'll be reserved at the discounted price, then get your bc card out when you pay ay. I did this recently with a 10% code they sent me a few months earlier
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I presume I can't use my British Cycling discount as well, as that is in store only.
Gore Bike Wear ShakeDry 1985 jacket £167.50 Dispatched from and sold by Blacks - Amazon
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Normally retailing around £230 but is currently on Amazon for £167 (in XL and maybe other sizes)
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888eyeball

l could buy bike for that price


buy a car.
Only small, XL and 2XL are that price. Medium and large are £216. Marked hot though.
One of the best bike jackets around for weight and performance- topped only by Castelli and Sportful Stelvio
l could buy bike for that price
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