my bike failed after 100 miles...power just stopped while riding it,tried to switch battery back on but nothing.i took it to the supplier in Derby and they inserted a working battery but that stopped working too..they said it could be a fault in the wiring loom or front end components but could be fobbing me off re their battery being affected too...was it working in the first place?very dissappointed by their lack of not wanting to help the customer
There is no sizing chart on there. Anyone know what height the 51cm is for?
Looks good value but not the strongest bike and perhaps not ideal for heavier riders. The motor hub is tiny and will be geared at that size plus the Shimano Nexus 7 is actually a 9 speed mechanism with 2 gears locked out from selection of which one annoyingly is the 1:1 direct drive gear this means its mechanically more prone to failure than the Nexus 8 despite having less gears. So unlike the Nexus 8 where you can choose gear 5 where possible to reduce wear on the hub gear mechanism and have the maximum efficiency there is no such option on the Nexus 7. However combining a hub motor with hub gears can mean the hub gear mechanism gets lets wear going up hills than a normal bike. I still feel this will be a bad option for heavy riders though and likely to have a relatively short life. In case you haven't worked it out the reason this bike has got such a long range of up to 120km is the motor is especially weak and simply won't take much charge from the battery. If I was guessing I would say the torque level would be less than 15Nm possibly closer to 10Nm. So it provides much lower assistance compared to some ebikes but this means it will provide that assistance for a huge range.
Ladies? Is that woke? It's very sexy though 😰
Looks like a good bike! Recently got a Pendleton for my partner