Wadau ive seen these electric bikes hapo river road and luthuli going for 60k.
Top speed 30 km/h. charges 4 hours and that goes for 40 km without pedal assisst.
Wana gerrit for riding tu mtaani and going to the CBD work on saturdays.
Any advise? who has tried it?
Don’t be moved by cheap sensations, nimesema, na nasisitiza, gari za umeme, ni mwoto ya nyasi. Wakenya wengi wenye wali embrace izi vitu wa kwanza hapa kenya, sasa ivi hawataki io upuzi, wamerudi kwa gari za kawaida
Makes sense if you do long distance, there is no ebike that goes electric alone. You have to pedal and set the multiplier effect of assistance you need from electric motor. You find a guy pedaling slowly lakini kitu inaenda kama nduthi.
kuwa mpole baba, kila mwanabiashara anataka kupunguza costs na kuongeza profits. kwa nini izo bikes zenu na magari zenu hakuna mtu anazitaka na vile bei ya mafuta imeenda juu?
kwa nini mmejaza content kwa magazeti na online kuhusu buses zenu za stima lakini tukienda stage hatuzipati? mtaongea mchoke.
Me. I don’t own one but I’ve rid them. The big wheels strain the motor so it discharges the battery faster. They are sold all over as second hand or sometimes owners chop the electronics.
My advice, get one of these.
Very popular for a reason. They also work great uphill carrying 140KGs. It can also go on unpaved roads.
Even these one work great. I once rode pillion from Survey till Roasters and it went uphill with no issues.
These favour tarmac roads. And another brand called City Roco or City Coco, I think.
These ones. Small fat wheels. Only good for tarmac roads.
All of these sell for 30k to 50k. Second hand/Ex-UK.