gwhy! wrote::D this is more like it... Just think if it was halve the weight ( which would be possible ) . Looks more than capable for entry level trials.
gwhy! wrote:its a beautifully shot video with one of the best riders in the world, trials riders are already so blinkered about what electric bikes can do and this video just confirms those beliefs, where are all the big rocky climbs or all the trick riding that this guy is more than capable of. Its more than obvious that this bike is underpowered because normally this guy is a showman. This video will not get existing trials riders of there gas powered trials bikes but it may inspire new riders to the sport, but new riders will not even know who raga is.
Jay64 wrote:For the OP video, that seems like a really nice paint job for a trials bike. Seems like that would get beat up pretty quick doing trials with it.
As for the Denali bike, why wouldn't someone use trials spec equipment if they were trying to build a trials spec bike? I'm sure the trials brakes and suspension can't be that heavy, the gas trials bikes are pretty light.
gwhy! wrote:If a bike can be made lighter then it will have the edge. The Denali in the above vid uses sla's ( its a very old vid ) so I expect even as that stands its about the same weight as a gas bike. The E-Montesa pictured above weighs 51kg and the gas version would be around 75kg.
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