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- Jan 21, 2021
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Lol yeah that's funny, but I can't take credit for it. A YT blogger that rides a SurRon named Dillon Thomson coined the phrase. He reports on what he calls Loophole Culture."Ride the loophole" That is an epic term you've just coined, biknut.
Only one thing, though: Mopeds are defined in a lot of places as being speed limited to 25 mph. Or 28 mph. Limited to 750 W motor. Etc. At that point, it's not a loophole any more, but just praying that the local cops will not notice.
The only problem is this bike needs at least 1500w. These moped style eBikes probably don't appeal to you bicycler eBikers, but like he says near the end of the video, "if you're a motorcycle rider looking for a eBike, this is your bike."There's getting to be a lot of good looking moped style eBikes. This one looks great.
One of my riding buddy's has one of these, and it is as fast as they claim. He also has a stock Kelper fatty that goes 35 mph too. I wouldn't classify either one of them as moped style though, he even told me the reason he choose those particular bikes was because they look like normie eBikes, and he thought that would help with riding the loophole.Budget minded ebike capable of 35+ mph.
Profit margin for high end bicycles are very poor, most of the time in the single digits.
Lower end bicycles used to be keystone or more if you buy enough for stock, sometimes at the end of cycling season they even go down in price from manufacturers.
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