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  • A top notch electric drive system is the eco-speed,tons of power and speed.Basically you choose how much power and speed you want. One large catch though,the eco-speed is expensive. http://www.ecospeed.com/index.html --- In rootsradicals@^$1, Mickyle wrote: > > Just a heads up Douglas that the Stokemonkey has been out of production > since October. Right around the time that I was...
    TIM_H Feb 26, 2012
  • A top notch electric drive system is the eco-speed,tons of power and speed.Basically you choose how much power and speed you want. One large catch though,the eco-speed is expensive. http://www.ecospeed.com/index.html --- In rootsradicals@^$1, Mickyle wrote: > > Just a heads up Douglas that the Stokemonkey has been out of production > since October. Right around the time that I was...
    TIM_H Feb 26, 2012
  • For answers from those in the know take a look over at Endless Sphere.There are plenty of folks their that can help you out and then some. http://tinyurl.com/7gjctun --- In rootsradicals@^$1, "polarbear1101" wrote: > > Does anybody have advise or experience if a front or rear e-assist is the way to go? > Does the front or the rear assist handle better while loaded? > I'm worried...
    TIM_H Dec 24, 2011
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  • Sounds like a riot with a longtail! I sure wish we could have seen your race on video,that would have been interesting.Maybe next time,he he Thanks for the pointers. Tim --- In rootsradicals@^$1, "A" wrote: > > Not sure how many of you are interested but the other night decided to > race the 'ute' at one of our shortcourse twilight mtb meets. > It was one sprint lap of a very...
    TIM_H Dec 20, 2011
  • Thanks for that Devian.So it appears there isnt a simple plug n play fork huh.Thats to bad. I was thinking to myself I wonder if any Pedicabs use suspension forks.I did a quick search and found some use heavy duty triple-clamp forks on their bicycles.I assume their not plug n play either? --- In rootsradicals@^$1, Devian Gilbert wrote: > > fitting the fork to a frame depends on...
    TIM_H Nov 20, 2011
  • Found some Heavy Duty Monark Forks,question is what would it take to fit em? A great price too. Anyone know? http://losangeles.craigslist.org/wst/bik/2708822029.html --- In rootsradicals@^$1, "skeem2005" wrote: > > Why is front suspension bad for an Xtracycle? I understand rear suspension will not work. > > Is an Aluminum frame strong enough to withstand the torque of the Free...
    TIM_H Nov 20, 2011
  • Nancy, Check out this video of cargo bikes in the US.You can see all the different bikes and people.I think you will enjoy it. http://tinyurl.com/3lr33cq --- In rootsradicals@^$1, "nancyh434" wrote: > > Hello everyone, > > My name is Nancy, and I live in central Virginia. I got my Big Dummy about a month ago (with a Bionx assist on it -- I live in a hilly town and want to transport...
    TIM_H Oct 28, 2011
  • Another thing is to make sure you have the proper tire tread and the tires are properly inflated.As far as a longtail vs bakfiet,well being online quickly shows you both bikes are very capable for hauling kids.I mean there are plenty of parents with each bike happily hauling their kids to and fro.The most important thing in my opinion to do to avoid accidents is to simply go slow...
    TIM_H Oct 15, 2011
  • Yep the Magicshines are the best bang for the buck and as Wes said there were some issues with the earlier generation units,Those problems are resolved.Remember too they have several choices for lights and the 900 lumen is on the lower end of the brightness scale. Lights for your bike or helmet or head,it's all there. Everywhere I have read the vendor geomangear has a top rated...
    TIM_H Sep 19, 2011
  • David I would suggest reading the bike forums like bikeforums.net,Motoredbikes.com and any other well known bike sites to get answers and further information on the MagicShine lights.I havnt heard of any problems with 900 lumens thus far.I believe its in the adjustment of the lights that matter. Tim --- In rootsradicals@^$1, David Chase wrote: > > > On 2011-09-17, at 7:32 AM, TIM...
    TIM_H Sep 17, 2011