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Re: Anyone into electric cycling?

Fri Oct 13, 2017 9:39 am

There is a waiting list, and it could be delivered by the end of the year. I am making payments, and they will deliver it when I can finish paying for it. I am reconstructing the roof on my house, and we bought a Bolt EV, so I have less money available than I had hoped.

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Re: Anyone into electric cycling?

Sun Nov 19, 2017 4:20 pm


I might be planning to buy a simple electric bike soon, so I am hoping the experts here can offer some feedback.

Its primarily for the occasionally errands/ ride to tuition center/ grocery shopping/ and the occasional ride to a faraway park (15 miles round trip tops); Primary users are the wife, early teen and myself.

I think we could potentially get a deal on this GenZe recreational model for $1000 : "GenZe e102" (women's / Rec model)
I found a review here, for the e101 (men's / Sports model) ... 101.12824/ and it seems decent.

Do you folks think for the specs, $1000 is a reasonable cost?

Thanks for any feedback.

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Re: Anyone into electric cycling?

Sun Nov 19, 2017 7:07 pm

I like that it has both pedal assist and throttle modes, and the specs I can see, like motor power, are ok for what you want. They are pretty mum about things like battery capacity and even type, though. I assume it's lithium, but given the size of the battery compartment in the frame their range estimates seem, as usual, optimistic.
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