Tag: bluetooth

The Best Bike Trainers for 2020 | Bicycling Magazine

– Hey, guys, Bobby here at Test Editor at Bicycling. We have a lot of new trainers here so I’m gonna take some home, put some miles into them and see how they work. (upbeat music) (bike clicks into place) We’re up and running on the Elite Nero Interactive Rollers and they do take a […]

Are E-Bikes Too Heavy? | EMBN Show Ep. 39

Welcome to the EMBN show, the power station for everything electric mountain bike. And in a week where Specialized have taken the news with their new Turbo Levo, we turn our attention to Kona and Graham Agassiz with a new remote control. – Yeah, we’ve also seen a huge rise in the entries on e-bike […]

Review: Stromer ST2 Electric Bike

Hi Brett Thurber here from The New Wheel in San Francisco. Today I’d like to introduce to you the ultimate electric bike: the Stromer ST2. We’ve been anticipating this bike for over a year and a half now, since we saw it for the first time at Eurobike. The good news is that this bike […]

E Bike Tuning: Bosch CX der Alpha Motor – RedPed Chip

Dear e-bike tuners, I want to share my experiences with the Bosch CX motor. What makes it special: Even with extremeley high pedal frequency, you still have torque, so there is no limit, so to speak. No matter how fast I pedalled, I could not get it to stop its assistance. With the Steps E8000, […]

Hammerhead Karoo GPS Bike Computer Detailed & Demoed

(whoosh) – This is the Hammerhead Karoo. If you’re after a bike computer for navigation and routing, routing in you’re American, then this unit aims to be the best tool for the job. There’s a lot of tech and hardware crammed into this Android-based computer though, meaning it has the potential to offer far more […]

E Bike Tuning: Geheimtipp Haibike Yamaha PW-SE mit RedPed Chip

Hallo E-Bike-Tuner, Sie sehen hier ein Haibike mit einem PWSE-Motor. Der Motor ist ein Geheimtipp von mir, der gefällt mir richtig gut, und zwar folgendermaßen: Erstens lässt er sich ganz leicht tunen, weil man da, wie beim PW-Motor, nur ein paar Sechskant-Schrauben lösen muss und dann aufklappen muss, Modul einstecken, zuklappen, fertig, also das geht […]