DAND214 wrote:The A2B seems like a real bargain compared to this http://optibike.com Looks like a nice ride but not at $16000.00 for a EBIKE.
The Stig wrote:Questions that dont have answers yet:
Does the charger charge both internal and external batteries?
The Stig wrote:Well thanks for answering. That's kind of annoying I'll have to deal with double the chargers. I hope the batteries are at least wired in parallel for discharge...
CraigT wrote:DAND214 wrote:The A2B seems like a real bargain compared to this http://optibike.com Looks like a nice ride but not at $16000.00 for a EBIKE.
Hello Gents! My name is Craig, I work for Optibike (and have since the beginning..)
I like lurking on this forum to see what you guys are up to.... and I felt now is as good of time as any to join in the fun.
I wanted to comment about Dan's post quoted above by saying that Optibike has a model starting at $5995, and our most expensive bike is $11995. While I am not ruling out the posibility of a $16000 E-bike in the future, we do not have one now.
I also wanted to invite you to take a look at a blog posting I made a few weeks ago that compared the componentry of the $9995 Optibike 850xli and a similarly spec'd Trek at $6819.99. Its an interesting conversation point nonetheless, and I am interested to hear your feedback.
http://blog2.optibike.com/2010/04/29/wh ... pecs-cost/
Cheers my friends,
our most expensive bike is $11995.
Ypedal wrote:Lol.. cars were giving me the wide berth, found that kinda nice, no elbow rubbing rear view mirrors..
solarx wrote:I have been getting more agressive in my riding on my metro, vs staying off in the side lane I'm started taking the middle of the lane in areas where I feel less safe riding.
Also, on the Excel, a post seemed to miss the point with one battery dumping into the other IDEP; the front(in-frame) pack is optimized for high power, and capable of high discharge(and recharge) rates, while the rear pack is high energy, high energy density, for greater range. Two different chemistries and/or configurations.
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