Inexpensive electric bike that fits in my camper

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Inexpensive electric bike that fits in my camper

Postby 2bits » Thu Oct 05, 2017 10:14 pm

I've had two other Sondors electric bikes and very pleased with them both, the fat tire and the thin. I bought a Sondors folding bike as soon as it was released since I was missing opportunities to bring my bike if it was going to be raining on the way there or on the way back since I had to transport it in the back of my truck, plus it was a pain to load. When they announced the Fold, it was just what I was wanting. Unfortunately the Fold handlebars looks kind of silly with the standard folding bike stick that comes straight up. I saw the BMX conversion online and for $30, I did the swap on my bike and I am liking it a hundred times more. The smaller wheels make it easier climbing hills too and of course best of all I can fit it in my camper for transport in any weather and is much easier to load now. Here are the pics before and after and also folded. It was only $699 which is way cheap for one of these. Some people say an electric bike is "cheating" but you can pedal too if you really want to LOL... :roll:
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Re: Inexpensive electric bike that fits in my camper

Postby razorback » Sun Oct 08, 2017 1:19 pm

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Re: Inexpensive electric bike that fits in my camper

Postby aggie79 » Wed Oct 18, 2017 7:44 am

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Re: Inexpensive electric bike that fits in my camper

Postby dmb90260 » Wed Oct 18, 2017 8:23 am


This is the Rad Mini folded. The handle bars fold over to the side which is a plus but I am sure it is heavier at 60#.
The battery can be removed and save 8-9#
This bike will be sturdier but so is the price. $1500 :shock:
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