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15240

Fun ride for Cargo and non-cargo bikes alike

FYI,   I do this ride every year. I will be out there with my Dummy this year.  It is located in Orange county in Southern California. It is a lot of fun.
Sean Mackin
Apr 29
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15239

Re: Introduction and question

No!!! Absolutely not! Just kidding, my vote is the Xtracycle community is welcoming to all cargo biking folks! Except for those bakfiets bike people... They're
Ty's Gmail
Apr 11
#15239
 
15238

Re: traveling by car with an xtracycle

I did this once. Notice how I took the wheels and fabric off the rear end, else at high speeds I am not sure what bad things might happen.
David Chase
Apr 11
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15237

Introduction and question

Hello! Our family lives in the mountains near Colorado Springs. We do not own an Xtracycle but have a Bike Friday Haul-a-day on order (chosen in part because
highlanderpatrick
Apr 11
#15237
 
15236

Re: traveling by car with an xtracycle

It may stretch "affordable", but this Hollywood Racks rack works terrific with our xtracycle. Hollywood Racks HR1400 Sport Rider SE 4-Bike Platform Style Hitch
wilnel2002
Apr 11
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15235

traveling by car with an xtracycle

Hey all- We love (and rely on ) our xtracycle so much that we want to take it on vacation with us this summer. We are driving from NYC to Nantucket
eturrigiano
Apr 11
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15234

Re: Not BionX - Falco

As explained to me, it is not that the locknut length differs in the two models, it is instead about where the motor is located in relation to the locknut.
hal.ninek@verizon.net
Mar 30
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15233

Re: Not BionX - Falco

http://sheldonbrown.com/gloss_n-o.html#old http://sheldonbrown.com/images/old.jpg see here On 30 March 2015 at 21:22, hal.ninek@... [ROOTSRADICALS]
Dr John C Bullas
Mar 30
#15233
 
15232

Re: Not BionX - Falco

Dunno Davey. Help me understand what I should be asking about and why. Thanks. Steve
hal.ninek@verizon.net
Mar 30
#15232
 
15231

Re: Not BionX - Falco

My own 700c 48v 1000w kit has a variable speed limiter set via the display unit and a 5 step PAS (just like our 8Fun mid-drive on a Giant/FreeRadical combo
Dr John C Bullas
Mar 30
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15230

Re: Not BionX - Falco

Steve, What is the Over Locknut Dinension of your new hub motor?
Davey Oil
Mar 30
#15230
 
15229

Not BionX - Falco

To put a coda on this thread I started, it looks like now I am going with a rear hub system. It turns out that Falco is right in my neighborhood outside of DC
hal.ninek@verizon.net
Mar 30
#15229
 
15228

Re: Planetary Reduction Gear Hub Motor.....?

I'm sorry, I thought you were asking about fat bikes. I also own a cargo bike shop, and we do a lot of cargo bikes just like you are describing! We add the
Davey Oil
Mar 14
#15228
 
15227

Re: Planetary Reduction Gear Hub Motor.....?

Hi Dave - I used an eZee gear hub front motor on my Big Dummy, combined with a Nuvinci rear - for at least 2 years. It was a great combo. I did manage to
mcgurme
Mar 14
#15227
 
15226

Re: Planetary Reduction Gear Hub Motor.....?

Is there a fatbike Over Locknut Dimension compatible NuVinci hub? On Fri, Mar 13, 2015 at 12:23 PM, rltilley@... [ROOTSRADICALS] < ... -- Davey Oil the
Davey Oil
Mar 13
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