🤣 At least with the Douze the theory is that I just need to buy a new front end, but this is proving impossible.
AND whichever solution you look at it's £££'s...
I extended my cargo bike a few years ago, stuck an extra 300mm in it for the full 1m cargo bed. Thought it looked weird and cut it back out, now I’m thinking of extending again 🤷🏼♂️
I came on here to ask what people thought about that.
Will there be an electric version do you think? I am still back and forth on what to do next with mine.
What are the canopy options for Tern?
not that I will be getting that, she can just get wet, its water.
I'll try & contact the dealer (they won't answer the phone these days - email only!). If no good I'll try Performance Line Bearings.
Thanks for your advice
No worries, if the motor is less than two years old it’s still under warranty- I’d try and get it replaced by Bosch before getting it refurbished by PLB.
Even if it’s older than 2 years Bosch might offer you a good deal on replacement so do try and get on your dealer’s case about it.
(if it’s a bike for commercial use the warranty is just 1 year, but still try and go the Bosch route first)
I'll ask here :
Noisy bafangs. What gives?
Mine started making quite the growly grindy noise last night.
hmm never had that, but read about it and mot say that they dont come with enough grease on gears from factory so you may need to top it up
I just got this through, they are introducing a longer bullet with 22cm extra length.
Sigh. I suppose this means I will not be doing what I wanted to do this weekend....
Why would you put that thick grease on the clutch 🤔. Wouldn’t you get the same issues as when you use too thick a grease on freewheel pawls? Just a thought
Feels like not enough for existing owners to upgrade?
you'd assume more space = heavier loads which makes electric even more appealing
Fairly conspicuously non-motor frame in all the images so far though so ¯_(ツ)_/¯
If I ever buy another bullitt I think I'd go big + electric but then I'd also have to get a bigger shed etc etc and, unless we get a really, really big dog once the kids are able to cycle themselves I think the regular size, non-electric version will continue to be enough
Really valuable info thanks @M_V
I'm going to take a full review at end of summer before the bulky winter coats come out squeezing them up again. Will definitely come back if I need to go up in height.
New LWB frame is aimed at courier companies. LVH have lost a LOT of ground to Urban Arrow with the XL in those circles so this is their response, a long time coming, it took a large mainland based company to pony up for a big order to make the new jigs etc begin to make sense. The windfall is the rest of us can now order single units of the LWB frame at a reasonable price when they start landing later in the year (summer AFAIK)
Kona Ute f+f for sale Glasgow.
haha this is my mates. Its in better nick than the photos show. Think he has a Yuba now with a BBSD on it. Small world, esp in cargo bikes.
They are great bikes, I love mine.
I was suddenly really tempted to buy it. And then I had a word.
Same, apart from the having a word bit.
Quite close to me, just messaged him.....
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