I am actually going to Prodeco store at lunch today in Arlington Va. I have read about the bikes and I believe they do not have a pedal assist system only a throttle, my question is can that be added?
Sasha wrote:Hello, I have also been looking at the Prodeco products. Does anyone know if the Phantom, Storm, Genesis, or hopefully - Mariner, can take a back bicycle rack? And also fenders?
neithermovingnorstill wrote:Thanks for posting this review.
I'm curious what the unassisted top speed is?
And how many miles can it go at that average speed on the flat?
(& How much do you weigh?)
Mtek wrote:Sasha wrote:Hello, I have also been looking at the Prodeco products. Does anyone know if the Phantom, Storm, Genesis, or hopefully - Mariner, can take a back bicycle rack? And also fenders?
I've had the Phantom X for about 3 weeks now, (I will post a full review after I put a few more miles on it) but the bike rack is something I've just completed.
My main reason to install a rack is there is no place for a water bottle mount on the bike, and obviously a small bag is needed for a tube and tools anyway, so I went with a trunk bag that is about 8" wide and 13" long. big enough to carry the necessitates without looking like a huge pannier, its large enough that in the future I'll be able to carry the charger with me for overnight trips too
It took me 3 tries to find a seat post mounted rack that fit properly without hitting the battery and not having the seat way too high.
Avinir makes a fairly straight rack with just a slight angle on the piece that attaches to the post, anything too steep and there's no room because the angle causes the rack to hit the top of the battery, or you need to raise the seat to a ridiculous height. I found the rack at Dick's sports and it cost about $30
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