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    LMT’D w/ MTB Handlebars & Maxxis DHR2 2.4” Knobbies

    No issues but we haven’t been able to put many miles on the bike since the mods. No regrets though, don’t foresee any issues. The 2.4” DHR2 Double Downs are a very stout tire with thick sidewalks. Good luck!
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    Thoughts on Beach Riding?

    We’re headed down to Cape San Blas for a beach vacation. We’ll be near the state park on the northern portion of the peninsula which has paved roads that (I think) would be good for riding…my understanding is it’s a pretty sleepy section of the peninsula and doesn’t have much traffic. It’s...
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    Level.2 Questions

    I could be wrong but I think the Espin and Level 2 published weights are without the batteries and the published weight for the LMT’D includes the battery. They’re all good bikes though. Good luck!
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    Level.2 Questions

    No, I purchased the rear rack separately. It was on back order and took a few months to get here. I haven’t installed it yet. I’m not sure if they offer fenders for the LMT’D.
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    Level.2 Questions

    Very happy with the Ride1up LMT’D. If the weight of the bike is a consideration, the LMT’D is the lightest of the bunch and you’re not giving up anything.
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    Aventon Level: which replacement larger knobby tires

    I went with a Ride1up step through LMT’D. I felt it had better components and it was lighter weight (53lbs with battery). I put 2.4” Maxxis Minon DHR2 tires on it. Don’t think 2.6” would fit. We’re happy with the purchase.
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    27.5” Tire on 26” Shock?

    The LMT’D is my wife’s bike and she’s extremely petite. The bike is already a bit large for her so I would prefer not to increase height.
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    27.5” Tire on 26” Shock?

    Strange question, but I would like to upgrade the front shock on my Ride-up LMT’D and options are limited. It comes with an 80mm travel shock. I would prefer 100mm but that would raise the front end and I want to keep the stock geometry. So I’m wondering if I could get my 27.5” tires to possibly...
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    Pedego Element Platinum

    Does anyone have the Element Platinum yet? I was looking forward to the addition of the torque sensor, the front shock and other upgrades but I think my expectations were too high. If you watch the promo video of the two kids riding it on a trail the guy gets about 4” of air in one sot and he...
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    Step-Thru

    Awesome. Now why aren’t there any FS step throughs like this available in the US…
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    LMT’D w/ MTB Handlebars & Maxxis DHR2 2.4” Knobbies

    No I didn’t. I was looking at a few but it didn’t seem necessary for now. Her riding position seems pretty good with the OEM short stem length. If anyone else plans on swapping out the stock hybrid tires just keep in mind the LMT’D comes with very skinny 19mm inner width rims. 2.4” width tires...
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    Controller Adjustments for LMT’D w/ Torque Sensor

    Not yet. They’ll probably say the setting also affects the motor cutoff time but to be honest I hardly notice any change in performance from any of the settings in the controller.
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    New Firmware for multiple bikes. Only updatable via the bike shop

    Well, that’s encouraging then as I think the Creo and the Levo SL both have the same 1.1 motor so hopefully it’s a fixable issue with my particular bike.
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    LMT’D w/ MTB Handlebars & Maxxis DHR2 2.4” Knobbies

    If the LMT’D still rides too harsh a Judy Gold Silver front shock upgrade might help. I had hoped to also put a Kinekt suspension seat post on it but as it looks right now it will raise the seat height too high for my wife.
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    LMT’D w/ MTB Handlebars & Maxxis DHR2 2.4” Knobbies

    Yes, they may be a bit of overkill but due to the skinny 19mm rims on this bike the “Double Down” thick sidewalls on the DHR2’s help to keep a proper tire profile (no sidewall bulging and no rounding of the top), they minimize the risk of the wider tires rolling off the skinny rims, and they...
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    LMT’D w/ MTB Handlebars & Maxxis DHR2 2.4” Knobbies

    In case anyone wants to see how the LMT’D looks with straighter MTB handlebars and 2.4” Maxxis Minion DHR2 knobbies. I also replaced the 46T chainring with a smaller 38T to reduce the gearing and I replaced the 170mm crank arms with 152mm. The BB sits pretty low on this bike and the 170mm crank...
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    Controller Adjustments for LMT’D w/ Torque Sensor

    Thanks, you didn’t miss anything on that Facebook post, no answers. Ride1up told me the time it takes for the power to cut off after pedaling stops can be adjusted with the “Sensitivity” setting in the Display settings. However, their FAQ video says this only affects how quickly the motor kicks...
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    New Firmware for multiple bikes. Only updatable via the bike shop

    I plan to have my SL updated this week. I was thinking (hoping) that the “improved motor calibration” would result in better power output, particularly on inclines, if I had the dealer recalibrate the bike after the update. It feels like my SL purposefully reduces power output literally to...
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    Controller Adjustments for LMT’D w/ Torque Sensor

    I’m just getting familiar with the LMT’D and before I jump into the advanced controller settings and make a mess of things I figured I would ask the question here first. The power assist on my LMT’D continues for approx. 1.5 seconds after I stop pedaling. I’m hoping there’s a setting in the...
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    LMT’D Front Sprocket Dropping Chain

    Ha, nope, no second bike for spare parts. First one is headed back.
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