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  1. Hello Knoxville riders out there. I'm putting together some rides for the weekend and would like to see some riders come out. Not just EUC riders, anyone who rides a PEV is welcome. I've created a group page on Facebook for the latest scheduled rides. Hope to some riders come out! EUC - PEV Knoxville
  2. Took my ebike apart today to figure out how to improve the speed. Right now it only goes 30KM and I was wondering if any has tried to burn a new version of controller system or replacing it all together I examine each plug to figure out what they were connected to. Does anyone have experience working with other other 46V controllers that I could use to replace my controller with to give it more power.
  3. I don't like the idea of bike wheels, chains, being less visible by sitting down (vs standing on something that makes me more visible), having to deal with all moving parts, etc. BUT, the laws regarding PEVs doesn't seem to be changing significantly. I am keeping my PEVs, but considering adding an e-bike to it. While that is still a PEV, laws are being softened in NYC in favor of pedal assist bikes. The GoCycle is like an e-scooter bicycle. I wouldn't buy this anytime soon, but it would be my submission to the law since I love our bike trails but don't want to get ticketed. I think this wouldn't be as likely to be flagged and may be legal by the time I get one. https://gocycle.com/models/gocycle-g3/
  4. A few months ago... I decided to upgrade my crappy Walmart bike to an entry level eBike, so I took a chance and spent $300 on a crowdfunded kit. (Not yet manufactured.) ...Now, I have the opportunity to double the range (2 x 180Wh battery) at the early-bird discount price ($50). Details: According to Swytch, kit uses 3.6V 2500mAh 18650 batteries (generic?) Claimed weight of 2.1Kg for 180Wh pack and only 3kg for (double) 360Wh pack. (How?) The pack is just a metal box with a charging port that gets stored in the bag up front.
  5. Found this today (although it's a few days "old" news) so would like to share with forum readers: Mi Qicycle Electric Folding Bike Highlights- IDbike Torque Measurement Method (TMM) intelligently measures the torque you apply and adjusts power based on your pedaling - Companion smartphone app displays in-depth info: bike status, GPS navigation, ride stats - 250W, 36V high speed motor - Panasonic 18650 20 x 2900mAh lithium-ion battery cells (same battery used by Tesla) with self-developed Battery Management System (BMS) that lets you go 45km on a single charge - Shimano Nexus 3-speed hub - Foldable and compactly lean at 14.5 kg - Provides real-time stats: speed, distance, power, dynamic power, calories consumed - RMB2,999 Doesn't look much "portable" to me folded. IMO even for car users it would take way to much space to be comfortably usable.
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