Could be much better worded however.
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I've found the app unreliable and annoying at times, but the recent updates seem to have resolved some of the problems, though the cadence and ascent figures (230 rpm, and -168% on recent ride) don't make much sense to me. It also cuts out sometimes for no reason. I use it all the time, I don't use ...
- 28 Mar 2019, 7:49pm
- Forum: Does anyone know … ?
- Topic: Carrying food in a musette on long rides
- Replies: 32
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Back in the early 60s my mum made me a large musette I used for overnight YHA trips. Food for trip and change of underwear. Solved the slippage problem with two tapes tied around the waist. Worked fine. Tools and spare tub and cape in toe-strapped under-saddle roll.
Lots of joggers drive to the park to jog, although they could jog there quickly and easily Near me there is a dog monopoly (lead-free) wood, the car park is often quite full Minus Two Doesn't it depend on how far away the event is? However, I attend a fitness class in my village - I walk, about 600...
Driving to the start of the weekly club-run doesn't bother me - selfish perhaps, but I've had to give up on riding my conventional bikes due to health issues and now use an e-road bike. I haven't got the range. If I didn't drive I wouldn't be able to take part. Full stop. I always compare it to the ...
- 25 Mar 2019, 9:16am
- Forum: Electric bikes
- Topic: Yamaha launch the Wabash gravel e-bike
- Replies: 34
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Rather heavy, and looking dated with that big stuck on battery. Surprised they haven't followed the lead of other makes and concealed the battery in the down tube.
The Ribble SLe, Orbea Gain, Pinarello Dyodo and the Wilier Cento 1 all use the same ebikemotion X35 system, the bike model weights differ, Ribble claiming the lightest build. In my experience riding an alloy framed Tiagra equipped Gain I am getting around 8km per 10% of charge, so allowing that I d...
that equates to a safe range of 75 km or so, on average terrain - undulating with one or two short hilly stretches. I am 62kg, and the bike fully equipped around 16kg. Worth pointing out that the more you ride above the assistance cut off of 25kph, the more range you'll get, but in practical terms ...
The Ribble SLe, Orbea Gain, Pinarello Dyodo and the Wilier Cento 1 all use the same ebikemotion X35 system, the bike model weights differ, Ribble claiming the lightest build. In my experience riding an alloy framed Tiagra equipped Gain I am getting around 8km per 10% of charge, so allowing that I do...
"Mine has gradient, no pace. I have no problems with connectivity to my phone. Have you noticed that when in Level 0 (no assistance) when pedaling below the 25 kph cutoff, that you are seeing significant motor rpm, then when you pedal, past the cutoff, it drops to a low level?"[/quote] I c...
- 21 Feb 2019, 6:30pm
- Forum: Electric bikes
- Topic: A question for Orbea Gain riders.
- Replies: 6
- Views: 726
I'm getting about 8km for 10% of charge, so 80km maximum range in theory, or 1 mile for 2%, 50 miles maximum. I wouldn't want to empty the battery completely however. It obviously depends on the topography and the kind of riding you're doing. My usual rides are not very hilly, more undulating with o...
I've had a lot of problems with the app, (since mid 2018), but after the 2 most recent updates it now seems to be connecting OK and giving accurate information. Some features are no longer on screen, such as gradient, replaced by 'pace'. Distance covered is much more accurate now too. The app is muc...
I bought a carbon Gain M30 a few weeks ago. I live in the US so it has the 20 mph cut-off speed, and I've put 275 miles on it thus far. I love it. I haven't used the app except to check the power level at the end of the ride. I just ordered a Topeak bar mount for my iPhone. Does the bike increase t...
- 26 Jan 2019, 2:04pm
- Forum: Health and fitness
- Topic: Vision - use of glasses and neck pain
- Replies: 8
- Views: 679
My optician asked me what sort of bike I rode and asked me to adopt my cycling position when setting up the position of the varifocal lenses being ordered for the inserts in my cycling glasses. He'd obviously done it before. His charges were very reasonable too - so much so that the business became ...
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