Time for a look at more bike accessories that can make your eBike ride more comfortable, convenient, and fun!
- Gecko Cellular Punctureless Tires
- Versatile Monkii Clip B
- Radical Cyclone Chubby Trailer
- Nano-Brompton Oregon Battery
Here’s a look at a couple of innovative bike accessories that can make your eBike ride more comfortable, convenient, and fun!
A classic style with a very comfortable and super quiet ride are just some of the highlights of the Raleigh Superbe iE.
Another big highlight is the impressive range that the Raleigh Superbe iE recorded in the range test.
For the price of $1,699 the Raleigh Superbe iE eBike offers the classic Raleigh style with the modern conveniences and fun of electric assist!
In this second part of the full review you will get an idea of the ride characteristics, range test results, pros, cons, and overall thoughts on this electric bike. [Read more…]
The stylish Raleigh Superbe iE has arrived for testing and review!
This is a comfortable cruising eBike that offers a lot of features for around town commuters and easy going weekend riders.
At $1,699 it provides a lot of value with a cool looking eBike, 350 watt rear hub motor, 48V 8.8 ah lithium battery, Shimano components, and more!
In this first part of the review you will get a detailed look at this bike with a BUNCH of pictures and the specifications. [Read more…]
What and Who is Nano
This small motor system is designed around a very neat 2kg front wheel hub motor allied with their own ‘one-click’ bag set up which features a connector inside the bag, enabling a variety of batteries to be used to power the system including Bosch and Oregon power tool batteries.
Most Nano systems have been retro-fitted to Brompton folding bikes as the low weight and easily removable battery are both great design features to have on a folding bike.
The Nano system was first put together by Tony Castles, a UK electronics engineer, in 2007 and the design has been updated several times in the interim to produce a slick, lightweight conversion that is available in twist, thumb or button control throttle versions.
Pedal sensors can also be fitted to comply with [Read more…]
The Chicago Electric Bike Expo is on June 23-25 at Lincolnwood Town Center and it is the place for you to ride the latest electric bikes.
And best of all it’s completely FREE to attend and test ride as many eBikes as you like!
In addition you can enter to win a $4,000 electric bike from Tempo Bicycles and learn more about the latest electric bikes by talking directly to the manufacturer reps.