Honestly, I need more time on the bike to make useful comments. I've only ridden it about 1.6 miles. I need to find a long stretch of flat land. Near my house, there is a flat road that ends with a slight hill. On that stretch of land I was able to reach 30.6 mph according to Strava.
I feel like there's some sort of current limit set a little low. If you look at the screenshot Frey provided of their programming software, it shows a current limit of 18A. If it is indeed limited to 18A, that would explain it. Frey says they're testing the software, so they should have it available soon.
Having said that, it feels like it has plenty of power for trail use. Once I go on an actual trail, I'll have a better impression.
I agree about the weight. Unless you're planning to jump the bike or race it, the extra weight really shouldn't have much of an impact on your riding. Its weight is comparable to a downhill ebike.
oleaiz wrote: ↑
Dec 02, 2017 1:40 pm
Have you been out for the ride? How is it? If it rides fine with good acceleration, top speed and smooth on pedalling, the weight is not important for me.