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    ACM2 1600Wh, Luffy 130Wh

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  1. Hands out all the time (HOATT) cuz: If you hitting surprise pothole or bump you can use spread your hands immediately to balance you out and prevent a wipe out. If you do fall, you might not have enough time to straighten your arms to lessen the first impact so your jaw, shoulder, or elbow will likely hit the road first. To waves, thumbs up, and throwing gang signs at pedestrian. Can't do that when your hands is in pocket. Be safe guys.
  2. Follow this instruction to embedded pictures: https://forum.electricunicycle.org/topic/15659-how-to-best-post-pictures-and-videos/
  3. I don't have Tesla either but this is picture from EcoDrift website. It seems that the bracket where the battery sit leave no more room in any dimension. I don't think it will retrofit-able unless Gotway change the inner shell or reduce the number of cell and add extra padding like those 100v version of Nikola and MSX.
  4. I have them. They are my first knee pads before I bought Leatt Dual Axis. I wish I just purchase the Leatt and skipping these all together. These looks easy to strap-on (*wink) and off but the Leatt is actually faster and easier to put on and off. The material on these is really thick which is good for protection but they do not bend very well and they slides down during my rides no matter how tight I wear them. I don't have any of those problem with the Leatt. The only plus side is yes they are compact to store and carry and cheaper than Leatt Dual Axis. Yes the side is covered by really thick nylon material but the D3O only on the knee cap. You supposed to wear the straps on the inside of your knee which sometimes the hard plastic buckles rubs on each others. It's hard rubber but the texture is really smooth and slick. I'm sure it will slide on pavements even though not as good as hard plastic. When I wear them they always slides down so they covers my shins alright just not my knees
  5. Good morning gentleman! Here's weather forecast for tomorrow ride: Looks like it will be a perfect day for cruising the California's coastline all day long! The temperature will start around mid 60°F (~18°C) and tops around 75°F (~24°C) at 1pm. It will be windy so bring your windbreaker or light jacket! Nobody want to get sick before LA EUC games! (I just got a clear for tomorrow so I'll be joining this one )
  6. Hmm what education? "Meanwhile you need 5 years experience for an entry level management position at Chili's"
  7. Kens

    Gotway DTen

    Looks like Turbowheel Lightning with those red trim which I actually dig! Who is ready for price shock?
  8. I just sorted it alphabetically so it's easier to search and add new guys after every SoCal group rides. So far I add jun from the last Long Beach loop and johnleam from ciclavia. We might want to add Bobby Zhou and STEPHENLA too?
  9. I'm still not sure. Still waiting for some confirmation for Saturday morning. I.. mungkin akan.. just showed up... tiba tiba di sana.. Ah Inggris ku hilang lagi
  10. Asking permission to re-tagging local riders with updated list!
  11. Some of them get paid but certainly not the majority of them. I would stay really skeptical for these kind of rumors because even if they are true they would have really low chance be the main cause. For the violence yes it's dumb when you can think clearly. However, try put yourself in their shoes. With their daily interactions, news, and rumors makes them get afraid, frustrated, and angry. Being young doesn't help these people either. Remember the last dumb thing you did when you get angry? HK have valid reasons to do these protests but I don't support violence: Don't we have reasons why we don't vote directly?
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