Stephen B. Thomas wrote:That's some brilliant built-in storage for a U-lock they implemented there, shown in photo 1. I typically have to store mine in a bag I'm carrying (which can be a literal pain) or I dangle it off the handlebars, which is a hassle, especially on bumpy roads.
Dez Choi wrote:Here they are.. built and ready.. Caleb will likely test how well they commute to and from the lab.. in the middle of winter of course..
A warm thank you to those who made this possible..
paul wheaton wrote:
Kirk Patrick wrote:
Several people have sent me crypto, so I have become pretty good at it. There are fees, but I tend to leave the crypto there and in time the value of the crypto is far more than the fees stuff.
Id love to create a DAO and build a decentralized permaculture city! Have you ever thought of something like that? Its kind of like what youre doing up north. I think we could raise a few million and make it a reality!
Maybe Im just a crypto nut, but does that sound awesome to anyone else?
paul wheaton wrote:We also have several trailers to pull behind the bicycles.
I like the idea that we have lots of electric bicycles and a couple of "small electric trucks" (golf carts with a truck thing-a-ma-bob on the back).
Jay Angler wrote:Two simple things to increase safety:
1. Make sure your charger and particularly the wires and connectors aren't showing any damage. Consider buying spares, so you're not tempted to use something you shouldn't when in a rush.
2. Set a timer and remove the charger as soon as the battery is full, or nearly full. Over-charged batteries are far more likely to cause a serious fire.
Thomas Michael wrote:It been a couple months, how are the 3 ebikes doing? I am certain the are in much harder service there in the mountains then most bikes. As I understand, you have
Ecell - 2 hub drive motors, 2 batteries and front and back suspension, 10 gears.
Rad Rover plus - 1 hub drive, front suspension 7 gears.
Rad Rover - 1 hub drive, front suspension and single speed.
How does the single speed do on your hills? How do you like that mid trunk? I like the way it fits but I am getting older and don't think I want to lose the step through.
Is the Ecell worth the extra coin? My understanding it has the second motor on demand, is the second motor needed / used very often?
Thomas Michael wrote:It been a couple months, how are the 3 ebikes doing?