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    e-Bike"s and Scooters and the ilk

    This is an AWD electric bike with dual motors and dual batteries.

    In this video, I'm unboxing and going over some basic specs of the Ariel Rider Grizzly. This bike is considerably more powerful than the Brompton Electric, which was the reason I was intrigued and decided to check it out for myself.

    It's a lot of fun! And torque!

    The Most Powerful e-Bike I've Ever Tested | Ariel Rider Grizzly v.2

    Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago ...


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    One thing is certain, technology is speeding way ahead of legislation.

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    The new Segway bike looks like the mutt’s nuts.

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    However, the Stark Varg motocross offering is whole next level shit.

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    One more hazard on local roads, seen several of these Ecolo ET4 Cruise enclosed mobility scooters in Chanthaburi city being driven on multi-lane roads

    Unregistered (unregistrerable?) of course, drivers alternate between the main traffic lanes and the motorcycle/cycling lanes



    Manufacturer site: Ecolo


    Specifications
    High efficiency motor 60V 1200W
    3-level acceleration handle
    Sealed AGM batteries 45Ah | 5 x 12V
    Total weight 275 kg including batteries
    Dimensions 1970 mm x 970 mm x 1540 mm
    Range ≤80 km
    Maximum speed 30 km/h
    60V | charger Charging time 6-8 hours
    Load capacity 300 kg
    Climbing capacity 25
    Last edited by prawnograph; 23-09-2022 at 09:59 AM.

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    How's Armo's chopper holding up?

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    ^^Looks right up harriet's street.

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    Gets a run to the park and back a few times a week.

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    ^ Perfect for transporting a case of Leo

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    Or a wee dug.

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    Big C selling these SKG brand e-bicycles - but they don't have pedals as an e-bike would have
    Weight 51kg, top speed 40kmh, 350W motor, up to 40km on full charge, 48v lead acid battery, 180kg maximum load.
    Seen a few around town, wonder how they'll last

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