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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
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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
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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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15225

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

Not what you're looking for but electric assist fatbikes came up on another forum I'm on. Link is below. I picked up a Pugsley recently & it's lots of fun. No
rltilley
Mar 13
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Planetary Reduction Gear Hub Motor.....?

Does anyone know of a planetary reduction gear hub motor suited to lacing into the front forks of a fat bike? I am hoping to get a Nuvinci rear hub and E-motor
Dave Orchard
Mar 13
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15223

Re: bicycle trainer recommendation?

A cheap stationary trainer from Performance and YouTube videos of previous European Classics bike races should do it. A membership to a gym with indoor cycling
Jesse Leifert
Mar 3
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15222

Re: bicycle trainer recommendation?

Good questions! The ride is a two-day affair at the Hazon California Ride & Retreat in May. She has plenty of
Ben Rosenthal
Mar 3
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Re: bicycle trainer recommendation?

What distance is she targetting to ride? What is her current level of fitness and riding experience? When is the ride?
rkt88edmo
Mar 3
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bicycle trainer recommendation?

Hi Radicals - My mom is training for a bike ride this spring but, being in D.C., has limited time to ride outside due to the weather and road conditions. Can
Ben Rosenthal
Mar 2
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15219

Re: MegaRack (new Freeradical model) Webinar Feb 25

If you google "tandem xtracycle", there are some really cool looking builds folks have done with tandems already, The trick with tandems is that many are built
Sam Knight
Feb 22
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Re: MegaRack (new Freeradical model) Webinar Feb 25

yeah, that's confusing. he clarifies in the video. 29+, or 29x3 tires are very big tires, but that is different from "fat bike" which is a whole different
Davey Oil
Feb 21
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Re: MegaRack (new Freeradical model) Webinar Feb 25

That would be a bummer. ‎He stated the following in an email but I guess he's just referring to "normal" 29ers. Fat bikes typically have tires that are about
rltilley
Feb 21
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Re: MegaRack (new Freeradical model) Webinar Feb 25

My understanding is that Megarack won't be working with fatbikes, due to over locknut dimension and offset issues. Ross addresses this in the video. Davey On
Davey Oil
Feb 21
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Re: MegaRack (new Freeradical model) Webinar Feb 25

Strong enough to work in the back of a tandem, perhaps? Might as well go for the gusto. David
    David Chase
    Feb 21
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    Re: MegaRack (new Freeradical model) Webinar Feb 25

    Also supposed to work on fat bikes which could be interesting. Robert Tilley San Diego, CA Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone on the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE
    rltilley
    Feb 20
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