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Old 05-04-2021, 05:23 AM   #29
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Thanks. So I wonít buy from Lectric.Com. Lots of choices these days in all price ranges. Canít quite get my head around $4G to $5G for a bike.

I really find the electric unicycles appealing, but my wife says I canít even tie my own shoes without falling over, so that is a no. Another thing, some unicycles weight as much as 60lbs, and can go 50 mph maybe more. Would need a complete suit of armor...
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Thanks. So I wonít buy from Lectric.Com. Lots of choices these days in all price ranges. Canít quite get my head around $4G to $5G for a bike.

I really find the electric unicycles appealing, but my wife says I canít even tie my own shoes without falling over, so that is a no. Another thing, some unicycles weight as much as 60lbs, and can go 50 mph maybe more. Would need a complete suit of armor...
I don't understand this

2 lectric bikes delivered are under $2K.....899 each and you get a 5% discount if you are a veteran.

i've had 2 since 2019 and they have been rock solid.

I have 2 more "Step throughs" shipping this week but just tonight they announced an upgraded model with front suspension, freer rolling tires and additional mounting options for $999.

Pretty good considering what all the competitors are charging
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What would the brand and model be? And now, at 35-40 mph, I'm thinking full face helmet, not just a bike lid...
They are off Chinese brands. Just do search for 2000w escooter and you will see a ton of the shops that sell everything from slow to real real fast.
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I don't understand this

2 lectric bikes delivered are under $2K.....899 each and you get a 5% discount if you are a veteran.

i've had 2 since 2019 and they have been rock solid.

I have 2 more "Step throughs" shipping this week but just tonight they announced an upgraded model with front suspension, freer rolling tires, and additional mounting options for $999.

Pretty good considering what all the competitors are charging
UPDATE******** Lectric is releasing a 2.0 version of both the regular and step-through bikes on 5-18-2021!!!

The new bikes will now have front suspension, wider handlebars, and more manageable tires (3" vs 4") which will reduce the overall weight and put them on par with others that are $400 - $500 more for basically the same thing.

Recommend if interested you get in the loop soon!!
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