, yes Ã¢â‚¬â€œ it was over several days but on one trek. Long saga but I took copious notes and a few pictures which will take me some time to compile and generate Same front motor Ã¢â‚¬â€œ 9C 2806
; the broken spokes were on the stock rear wheel
which was carrying the majority of the load. I calculated the bike, batts, and I weighed 300 lbs altogether.
Front suspension only; 1st-gen RockShox.
I donÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t know precisely when the spokes broke; I was having issues with that wheel from the moment I got off the train in Klamath Falls until the hub/rim was replaced in Auburn, however I detected the breakage shortly after leaving the rocky road from the family campsite. I went about another 60-80 miles in that condition, then hit a bump in Grass Valley and broke two more. A guy following me thought the wheel was going to fall off (ha!)
I have no fear
and pushed on for another 20-30 miles to Auburn where I had the wheel replaced altogether. Stole about 0.3 Volts at the bike shop charging while they worked on it
However the bottom line was that in one day I rode 173.3 miles with 15S12P LiPo (~47 lbs) on my P0 commuter bike, on a single charge (sans < 1 volt charged on the fly), climbing 8031 feet and descending 12943 feet over a period of roughly 15 hours (counting rest stops which were frequent).
I need to scoot; lots to do today to catch up, but I will report more this late evening.