I'm having a problem where my power input indicated is lower than the actual input. I am basing this on my HR, perceived effort and previous rides on the same hill. It seems to get " stuck" in the 40 to 60 watt range. In one case it seemed to self correct and went back to a believable 120- 140...
I'm having a problem where the power output indicated is lower than the actual output. I am basing this on my HR, perceived effort and previous rides on the same hill. It seems to get " stuck" in the 40 to 60 watt range. In one case it seemed to self correct and went back to a believable 120-...
It is your implant! Put it in your left ear and it will slowly integrate itself into your body. Ultimately providing the best of control for your bike while sharing your thoughts with Trek; this helps them improve future bikes.
The motor doesn't like a slow cadence, below 70 and it doesn't provide much reward. I look at it as a "bike riders" bike, if you like to ride at 50 rpm it probably isn't for you. I find it hard to believe that most or any of us ride consistently over 100 rpm, pro cyclist - probably, amateur -...
Cool thanks! My 200w solar panel and 2 6V 100Ah batteries might be a stretch for that job.
I too am loving the light weight and quiet motor on my Fuel EXe, it only got 150 km's last fall before winter set in, spring should arrive soon.
I can't help but wonder if you are adding a battery and that weight to the frame that maybe something like the Trek Rail would be more suitable? Then you wouldn't have these range issues, messy battery holders and changing the battery trailside, etc.? Please enlighten me.
I had a medium EX 9.8 2017 version and I have a medium EXe, both fit me perfectly, I am about 5'6". I tried a small years ago and it felt way to short for me. MTB's in general have gotten longer over the last few years.