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This is a poor design that can work due to several properties: On an electric bike, only part of the load is supplied by the motor. Most of the load is still actually supplied by the pedals. Thus, this should be not considered a primary motive propulsion device but rather a hill assist device. An electric assist provides continuous torque. In contrast, the ...


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Addressing just the actual question as stated to avoid a 3,000 word essay: With this in mind, how to interpret the advertised torque for a bike with a mid-drive hub, since it's heavily dependant on the transmission? The advertised torque on a mid-drive bike will tell you over how large a band of cadences and how steep a hill the bike can actually provide ...


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So this is pretty straightforward on the Giant Roam E+. There is a wire harness that you can access at the top of the frame just below the battery. There is a small cap. In there you'll find three wires. One is a mini style jack to connect the control switches. The other two one is yellow/gray and is 6 volts switched to the light switch, the other is ...


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