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LockH 100 GW
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ES "Search found 2 matches: +Raleigh +Motus"... both buried in threads. So here's a third, with its own thread... `cause it's a review. From the UK, "Reviewing The Best In "Electronic" Bikes":
Features: 7 gears – Lightweight – Sturdy design – Mudguards – Front and rear lights
ES changed my life (for the waaaaay better).
Eff. June, 2014 Phoenix Ebike Promotions
(Current ride? High speed lawn chair.)
Phoenix Ebike Promotions conversion kit (work in progress. More drink holders, etc etc)
Joined yer local chapter of EA yet?
(Ebikers Anonymous - Where we're all miserable failures, but the parties are hilarious...)
James Broadhurst 10 W
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- Location: Oxford, England
I bought a Neo Cross and then "had to get" one of these for herself and there's a couple of things missing in this review. The range is astonishing; I doubt the claimed 100+ m but I think you'll get pretty close to it. And the front hub dynamo powered lights which have a big enough capacitor to stay on whilst stopped. It's a pretty comfortable seat too which does get a mention.
Great bike but for sheer pleasure the Neo is better. You appreciate Neo's disc brakes compared with the rim Magura brakes when stopping from speed.