Sometimes prices increase because there are improvements to the original OEM. Seems like I read that the specs for the front suspension and motor have recently been improved.m3t wrote: ↑Jan 14 2018 8:35pmYeah it’s a bummer. Been tryna get my hands on one and it’s been tough. Prices seem to be going up too, which is really bumming me out, unless they’re now equipped with higher capacity batteries or something. Test rode motomoto’s bike yesterday and it was great. Should have some in stock soon, hopefully.
That makes sense why the price went up, new motor and suspension.m3t wrote: ↑Jan 15 2018 6:52pmThat’s correct. Motomoto actually had both versions and he let me ride both. The first version is like the ones in the first photo shoots. The main identifiable differences are the fins on the motors when viewing it from where the wheel is (radially), and that the new bikes included a sine wave controller that makes it much quieter and apparently ~10% faster. Couldn’t notice that part very much tbh. Also, the first versions came with the RST shocks and the production models come with the Fastace shocks. Personally, I think the RSTs are smoother but those were dialed in and I believe the Fastaces were just left as is. Fastaces have better turning radius, but the RSTs seem a bit beefier. You’ll see what I mean. Other than that, both were great bikes. I’d be happy with either. The videos you see online of Kim will show him on the first version.
Hopefully me and motomoto meet up for a ride. I emailed him my schedule for the next 3 weeks, if it jives with his schedule, we should be meeting for a ride.m3t wrote: ↑Jan 15 2018 10:02pmWell, that’s probably not the only reason why, but in either case, nice to hear you’ll be on one shortly. It’s pretty pricey, but for what you get it’s not terrible. Hoping to see upgrades down the line, esp a front fender. Mud is going to be rough without.
I think motomoto was developing one. Should be great like his other stuff.
I just emailed this guy a message on Ebay asking him if the price was a typo. I will post his response here. Doesn't seem right that he's gouging this so bad. Hopefully no one gets screwed by him.skeetab5780 wrote: ↑Jan 24 2018 3:05pmWhos the genius trying to sell these for over $10k on EBAY LOLOL
https://www.ebay.com/itm/HH-Electric-Mo ... MAYrLiiD-g
some CA guy user name hobbyhudlum
I too was doing some winter riding with the vector, my brand new home made ghetto studded tires last week. Great fun until I got side swiped by a stupid car driver that didn't yield the right of way and when she finally saw me, it was probably both feets on the brake pedal because she locked her wheels and I ended up face down in the road, pretty beaten with dislocated shoulder that turned out to be broken. Keeping my fingers crossed that I don't need surgery. First check up and new x-rays this friday. Hopefully I am healing, otherwise I guess there will be more metal studs and what not. No wonder I set off those metal detectors at the air port.
check here for sur ron light bee (firefly) in Europe :racingame wrote: ↑Jan 26 2018 9:48amHello, I got a company that sells ebikes and other electric engine powered vehicles. I'd like to become a retailer of this bike for Italy. Could anybody please tell me how can I get in touch with the Chinese company (I think Hangzhou Qiu Long Technology Co., Ltd.)? Or better, are there already resellers for Europe where I can buy from?
Looks horrible in the video.......
As you mentioned this is more for legality purpose than anything else IMHO. Although in a pinch you could pedal your way back and hate every minute of itziltoid81 wrote: ↑Feb 06 2018 3:19amLooks horrible in the video.......
I can understand that you install this to look like a normal cycle, for legal reasons, but i cant imagine pedaling like this for several kilometers.
You pedal slightly backwards and the seat is way to low for this.
Imagine this with an even bigger american oder european rider........wont work.