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  1. #1
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    Default Finally a bike that fits any boat - a game changer?


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    Default Re: Finally a bike that fits any boat - a game changer?

    Wouldn't trust it over a cattle grid.

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    Default Re: Finally a bike that fits any boat - a game changer?

    No it’s a teeth changer.

    With the size of those wheels your teeth will be rearranged the first time you hit a UK pothole and go arse over elbow...

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    Default Re: Finally a bike that fits any boat - a game changer?

    Seriously though that thing weighs 20lbs clams a range if 15 miles and is really small when folded. We carry a pair of Dhones and they take up so much room almost ½ the lazerete.

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    Default Re: Finally a bike that fits any boat - a game changer?

    Saw someone riding round here on what was like a child's scooter but electrified and had a pole with the saddle stuck on it so same concept. It would not fold up quite so small but I bet it's way cheaper. Not legal here but did not stop them riding it.

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    Default Re: Finally a bike that fits any boat - a game changer?

    Quote Originally Posted by Seven Spades View Post
    Seriously though that thing weighs 20lbs clams a range if 15 miles and is really small when folded. We carry a pair of Dhones and they take up so much room almost ½ the lazerete.
    We have 2 road bikes on board, 18lb each, range unlimited (we’ll, depends on our legs) both stow below with the wheels off, oily chain is the worst thing!

    Chris

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    Default Re: Finally a bike that fits any boat - a game changer?

    £1,155
    Someone more informed will come along any minute

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    Default Re: Finally a bike that fits any boat - a game changer?

    Wheels to small for UK, marinas a d even France. Possibly good for a shopping centre ....

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    Default Re: Finally a bike that fits any boat - a game changer?

    Yes, wheels too small. Also the batteries are still not reliable enough on most e bikes.

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    Default Re: Finally a bike that fits any boat - a game changer?

    Quote Originally Posted by mainsail1 View Post
    Yes, wheels too small. Also the batteries are still not reliable enough on most e bikes.
    I am not sure where your comment on batteries come from. Our first electric bike was gel batteries and lasted well and was reliable, our current one is lithium and also has never let us down
    Peter

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