Is nakto a good brand? planning to buy a new electric bike, someone recommended me to try out NAKTO ebikes !!!!
HarryS is the budget build master. His suggestions and parameters are spot on, again.
My budget is around $800-1000 !!!!It's a generic Chinese ebike.
What are you looking for? Fat Bike? What's your budget?
That Nakto Cruiser isn't particularly a good deal.
It also has conflicting information, just like a lot of Chinese ebike.
For example, it says it has 300W max motor (so the nominal rating is something like 150W or 200W?)
On the other hand, it says on the spec sheet that is has 500W motor (which usually is nominal rating, not max)
In addition, it says it has 45nm of torque, while the spec sheet says 52nm of torque.
me from cheyenne............thanks for your message will research more about this "ecotric" n cruiser tooGo for it or try an "Ecotric",
'Touteg" has a very interesting sale going on now, I tried a "Ecotric -Peacedove" for awhile,I actually liked it climbed better than I had hoped, the only problem was a bent front tire assembly upon arrival, that didn't bother Me since I was converting it to AWD anyway. The seat post battery was easy to upgrade and its a simple matter to install a speedometer. Where do you reside? If close I could sit you up with a new bike very cheap.( sorry Guys just fishing)
I found mine to steer like a canon-less tank. It's been in my shop unfinished for 5 years. I kitted it with a BBSHD and rode for 20 minutes before moving the motor to another frame and intending to add a rear DD from Luna in 2016.Fat tires on a cruiser like that are useless in my opinion. On pavement they will sound and steer like a military truck. Both fenders on it are just for appearance, they won't keep water or dirt off you or the bike.
Yep. Used to have a car I'd take to track events, where the tiny percentages of some of those brand owners were actually driving them like they were meant to. I had some similar experiences with my own car - joined a 'club' for a while, and on club drives perhaps 10% of were more or less 'real drivers' or working at it, and this was with - Miatas of all things. The Porsche and BMW track drivers pretty much had the same or even worse to say in their experience - status symbol more than appreciation of the vehicle, etc. However, I was happy to see there are 'real' drivers across all brands. Well ok, jury's still out on Ferrari - only one I ever saw on track managed to somehow lost traction so badly he slid down the back stretch and nearly broad-sided himself into a tree. The instructor wound up kicking him out.. beautiful car though.It's no surprising that people buy fat bikes for style.
People buy SUVs for style.
Jeep, Land Cruiser, Range Rover, etc.. they're mostly about style for most people.
"95 percent of SUV owners never go off road."
The SUV began its latter-day life as a rugged, truck-based four-wheeler that could take surveyors, farmers, and building contractors to off-road job sites.www.inquirer.com
I also heard that sportscars like Porsche 911, Acura NSX, Chevrolet Corvette, etc.. are just weekend cruisers for most people.
Apparently most sportscar owners will never take their cars to race track.