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Used Trials Bike
- Mountain bike trials, also known as observed trials is a discipline of mountain biking in which the rider attempts to pass through an obstacle course without setting foot to ground.
Bicycles are a terrific mode of transportation, but sometimes you just need a little extra push while getting around town. Enter the eZip Trailz women's electric comfort bike, which is equipped with a 450-watt DC earth magnet motor and a 24-volt rechargeable battery. Far cleaner than gas-powered scooters but zippier than a traditional bike, the Trailz will get you from point A to B in no time at all, but won't guzzle gas or belch pollutants in the process. The battery offers a range of 15 to 22 miles per charge, so you can make it back and forth to the grocery store several times without running low on power. And once you're on the road, the Trailz boasts a top speed of 15 miles per hour (contingent on the rider weight)--plenty fast enough for most bike-friendly city streets. Is your work commute too far to walk but close enough that a car seems wasteful? Turn to the Trailz, which comes with a rear rack to carry groceries and other gear.
The high-tensile steel frame is as durable as it is eye-catching.
A human being on a bicycle is the most efficient mode of transportation there is, but sometimes you just need a little extra help on your rides. Enter the eZip Trailz women's electric comfort bike, equipped with a 450-watt DC Earth magnet motor and 24-volt rechargeable battery. Powered by Currie's Electro-Drive system, the Trailz lets the rider choose from power on demand or power assist functions. Far more than gas-powered scooters, the bike adds some zip and speed to your traditional bike rides.
With plenty of torque to level hills, the bike is powered by a sealed lead acid (SLA) battery pack that can easily be removed for charging or swapping. A fully-charged battery provides a 15-to-22-mile range when pedaling, and ten-to-15 miles without pedaling, per charge. Once you're on the road, the bike boasts a top speed of 15 miles per hour, depending on rider weight. A convenient rack makes it easy to haul groceries and other gear on your commute, while ergonomic bars and stem and a soft saddle keep you comfortable on long rides.
450-watt, DC brushed Earth magnet motor
EV-rated SLA, rear rack-mounted, 24-volt, rechargeable battery
UL-listed Currie Smart Charger with LED status display
Exclusive Currie Electro-Drive 24-volt, fully potted with power gauge function controller
15MPH top speed, depending on rider weight and terrain
One battery provides 15-to-22-mile range with normal pedaling; optional second battery doubles range
Patented Currie Electro-Drive system with Shimano rear derailleur, SRAM grip shift, and Shimano seven-speed freewheel
Alloy linear pull brakes with alloy brake inhibit lever
26-inch alloy rim wheels and two-by-26-inch (W x D) Currie comfort tires
Mid-rise bar and stem
Suspension forks with fender eyelets
Power on/off switch, easy access charger port in removable battery pack, twist throttle with PAS+TAG function, and battery gauge
The EV-rated rechargeable battery mounts to the rear rack, and provides 24 volts of power.
Comfort design saddle with Q/R alloy post
Exclusive Currie high-tensile steel frame with bottle bosses, fender, and rack mounts
Alloy 44T crankset, double chainguard, and resin dual-sided pedals
66-pound low step-through frame
240-pound rider weight limit
Currie Technologies eZip powered bicycles include a limited 90-day manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship in the frame and components, with the exception of tires, inner tubes, and batteries.
About Currie Technologies
Currie Technologies develops and distributes hybrid and electric powered bicycles and scooters with patented Electro-Drive Technology, under the iZip and eZip brands. The company builds products that offer cost effective, emissions-free alternatives to other forms of transportation for commuting, sport, and recreation.
Rush Hour - second configuration
This is what my Rush Hour looks like as of Tuesday, June 24, 2008. This is right before Frank and I left to perform trial bike counts on a city street.
The quick-release rack in the back is new. It has several purposes: it holds my two u-locks, holds a pannier, or holds my grocery basket.
I put the fenders on recently, and this morning I replaced the zip tie attachment method with rubber sheathed p-clamps.
Re: the locks. I hate that rack and the locks and carrying them to and from work every day. It's heavy and makes noise. The quick release lever also rubs against my thigh, so I put a sock on it. During the week, I sometimes just leave the big lock on a bike rack at work. I take it home on weekends in case I want to ride somewhere else.
Francesco Moser time trial bike
Using the stem,handlebar and clip-on from the Eddy Merckx tt bike. Thinking about to use Shamal wheels on this bike for tt set up. Eventually a rear Ghibli. Double disk are not a wise combination with clip-on.
used trials bike
A clear, concise guide to southern California's remote backcountry. Book includes 75 trails with detailed directions, GPS waypoints, 86 custom maps and over 340 quality photos. Sport utility owners will enjoy 50 easy and moderate routes to incredible scenic backcountry locations. Serious 4-wheelers will love our difficult Jeep trails. All routes were driven by the author. Trails are near Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, Barstow, San Bernardino, Big Bear, Glamis, Truckhaven and Ocotillo Wells. Also included are the Mojave Road, Hungry Valley, Corral Canyon, Dumont Dunes, Last Chance Canyon, Sledgehammer Canyon, Calico Mountains, Superstition Mountain and Anza Borrego Desert State Park. We promote low impact driving and environmental responsibility. For complete trail listing and a look inside the book visit the FunTreks website.
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