What normal bike do you ride - Ebike and what?

fc

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Ebike and Ebike?
Ebike and Road/Gravel
Ebike and Mtb?

Let's see the two bikes your riding the most right now. How do they fit your riding lifestyle? How do they complement each other?
 

PurpleMtnSlayer

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Bigwheel

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Both bases covered here

my 2 ebikes.jpg


Conversions obviously and although they can overlap on road/light single track going to the extreme in either case will decide which to ride.

A nice feature is that the batteries I use are swappable to either format.
 
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Main ride is a Trek Farley Ex 8. Absolutely love it! So versatile between 27.5 x 3.8” and/or 29 x 3.0”. I have same cassette and brake rotors between the wheel sets so swapping is super easy.

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fc

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That's pretty nice!!!

Although, they're both all mountain slayers now.
 

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Regular mountain bike: 2018 Cannondale Scalpel SI:
2018 Cannondale Scalpel SI.jpg
 
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They look like happy guys! (y)(y)

How's the handling with the big guy up front?
Hope he's well behaved when you're moving.
 

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Handling is great! Handling is only affected when the basket is connected to the handlebar and/or the front wheels. But when it's connected to the frame (doesn't turn with the wheels), it doesn't affect handling much. It's quite stable.

After a couple of weeks of training, they learned to stay and not jump out. But I still hold their leash in one hand so I can give them a quick yank when they fixate on another dog or skateboarder.
 
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