Mantsos wrote: ↑May 10, 2018 2:09 amFrey offer two different size/width tires 2.4" and 2.8+". Can someone tell for me what could be a best choice? 2.8" tire width sounds for me little bit too much. What is the typical tire width what people are using on the mountain bikes?
E: I read from the internet that "Most mountain bike tire widths are specified in inches, which typically range from 2.0 to 2.4 inches for cross-country and trail bikes, while enduro and downhill bikes will have even wider tires"
That is really difficult to choice right tires. Maybe I have to go visit in some bike shops and make some own comparisons.
E2: I choosed width 2.4 because I don't always drive only forest.
I'll transfer over my Mucky Nutz front mud guard and the mud guard I have in the back on my other bike and see if they fit okay.icehunter wrote: ↑May 11, 2018 8:47 amThanks Dalysea for the pictures
is there any way of attaching mudguards on the front and back? For commuting this would be essential, and as motorized bikes go faster you get more dirt in the air....
Usually they attach to brake calipers & eyelets at the dropouts, but from the photos its hard to see if they can be added to the bike.
"... a crunching sound and a scream..."fechter wrote: ↑May 15, 2018 1:57 pmYou're luck to be alive. Those elevators have a history of death and destruction.
BART elevator crushes man in shaft
https://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/ ... 344912.php
I've been riding mine to work, so fun. Some of my ride is through 'single track' type park trails. Bike is amazing in this type of terrain. Fun on the street too, but on trails, going down stairs, jumping things... it's just awesome. Able to jump roots and bumps going uphill! Totally new experience for me. There is enough power that the weight of the bike doesn't seem to be an issue. In fact, with this much power, I'd be interested in an even larger capacity battery that would make extended bike packing trips possible.Peetsyo wrote: ↑May 16, 2018 4:12 pmHi
My current bike is a 250w 36v bafang hub hardtail.
I like light MTB's and use it predominantly riding to office and having fun on the way. My daily commute is about 8km
Therefore i've got only 5Ah 42v battery, that gets me to the office for two days, but i usually charge it every day, like my smartphone
I was planning to build a BBSHD on full suspension carbon frame with small battery, but then i found AM1000.
I might be the future customer, but my new bike would have had following features, that AM1000 is currently missing, and maybe Frey is considering those.
-some sort of embedded SIM card and phone network capability with GPS for basic IoT. If you build or buy a 4000$ bike it needs to have some sort of tracking capability, so you get info when the bike gets moved or stolen.
Nowasays you can buy 15$ kids watch that has GPS tracking over GSM GPRS, so the technology is cheap.
-optional smaller battery to decrease weight (although the bike is so powerful, maybe the weight is not an issue)
the AM1000 is definitely not for you then, as light it is not.
as I said in my post, Luna does.