Another thought. My fork had pressure in the lower leg at purchase. The air bleeder was blocked with grease, so whenever I pressed it NO air came out. Long story, but I figured it out, and a dozen presses on the bleeder button later, and air started to come out. The fork immediately got better.
I like the fork, and the shock, pretty soft, so I'm at 80 Psi in the front, started at 75 Psi. I'll likely add at least another 5 pounds, based on my ride today.
Waiting for ride review. It's my favorite rear tire.
Most the online reviews are from MTB users running the narrower versions and almost universally on the front.
I've found no rear tire that does as well on steeps up and down, while not also completely killing momentum when the trail...
We humans with legs, have limited power bands. We can only output an reasonable amount of power over maybe 150 rpm range, say 0-150 rpm. The motors range is say 0-300000 rpm. A ratio will be required to connect them, hence a transmission of some sort.
Even a generator motor coupled system using...
I've read in other threads that the 2021 Trance is not yet recieving OTA updates.
The dealer may be able to update if they have been initiated.
I'm not sure the batteries get updates, does anybody know if the batteries FW updates via the app or the dealers service program?
Unfortunately Gaint is trying to figure out the electronic along with you.
I've not heard of any updates solving charge trouble.
Have you popped the battery out and reseated it?
Have you tried charging with battery off bike?
The industry doesn't want gearboxes.if it wanted them, we would have them.
It's a hard problem for bicycle standardization to encompass, just like mid drives are.
Standards seem to be a big deal in the bicycle industry. I'm not sure why this is, to be honest🤔...
This thread also has links to some covers that help alot. I also ride in mud all winter, and the Trance19 is riden exclusively when its nasty out.
Its been hard to get quality time on the TranxeP1, but yesterday was perfect.
The new motor is better than I first thought.
I find the power modulation is more to my liking, making sustained wheelies over technical obstacles measurably easier than the 2019 version.
I also find the bike...