tuxman wrote:So, I am tired of being required to pedal my pedal electric. Yes, I could upgrade it but that may be complicated by it's design. And the front rim is worn out. Batteries are at the end of their life. Unknown life span of the motor brushes or the wear and tear from the motor driving the bike through the Nexus 7 speed internal-gear hub.
I could get the iZip Zuma or the Pedego Cruiser. Both are 36v, lithium, rear hub, and seem to be of good quality. But at that price point, will I be disappointed going hub motor? I have no level ground on my 5 mile commute. 14 traffic lights. Mainly short hills with a 10-15% grade. One long 10% grade.
If a 500w hub motor won't work on these hills, for the same price I could fit the 450w eZip Trailz with 2 lifepo battery packs. I've read many positive reviews about the torque it has.
Any comments or suggestions welcome!
Tpf wrote:Pedego has great reviews on line so we bought 2. We love them! Unlike most other EBIKES, they use standard bike components. The front brakes are Avid BB7 made by SRAM. Not likely they would shutter as on your bike. We had a flat, took it to a differnet bike shop than we bought it. They not only fixed it for free but signed up to be a dealer for Pedego. They were very impressed with the quality of all the components.
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