I have fit trip bad boy and i don't have any regrets
Seat position theek nhi h
Bhai aap iski seat ko upar rakhoge to aapki leg kam bend hoga or picup next level hoga,,
Bhai u r amazing vlogger
😂 . Set normal gear 170mm big gear. And special rims. Fast drive again.
Caya warrior kesa rahega eski jagha pe
Bhai price Kys h bike ka
Do you have tubeless tyre in your cycle
Thanks bolne k liye
Bhai cycle link
I buy in 12k money
Bro my fat bike back disc brake are not working powerfully they are bit weak plz tell what shall I do
2:50 thank me later
Bas ye batao lena chaiye ki nhi
I can't agree that fat bikes are slow. the right tires and air pressure and the problem is solved. especially since all cheap fat bikes are too heavy.
Tejswi ko jante ho
Iye keya tubeless hey🙄
Pratapgarh me 13500 ki hai
Generally hybrids are made of lower quality components than Road and MTB’s.
I put my old Shimano SLX drive train on my wife’s 20 year old hybrid and some better wheels and tyres and she loves it.
I rode a Schwinn Orange Krate in the late 60s and when the MOTO cross came in the early 70s I built my own with a nice suspension fork. Then in mid 70s to 81 I rode a 10 speed rode bike...at 58, I have not ridden in several decades but I am hooked on the Hybrid Cannondale with a Riser for my handlebars. I love riding upright and its less pain on my older back. I could not see myself ever slumping in a rode bike as it just tears my back. Hybrid all the way and can easily go 20 plus miles on my Cannondale CX4...who needs an e bike?
Hi expert what do you think about giant fast road advanced
1 - You've finally ditched your four-footed cane, and no longer need a helmet to just walk around. Hybrid bike.
2 - You like being able to still feel your balls after a ride. Hybrid bike.
3 - You watched the Tour de France a couple of times and fancy yourself riding Dura Ace. But, you'll always be stuck at the Tiagra level. Road bike.
4 - You have a weird basket fetish. Hybrid Bike.
5 - You hate stopping at stop signs and red lights. Road bike.
man throws in gravel bikes at the end makes me even more confused lol.
what's the difference with hyper bikes ? is there any particular i need to about it ?
I love using my hybrid bike for commuting to/from work. It's comfortable, goes fast enough, and very light and easy to get on and off the bike rack on the front of the city bus. It's definitely a lot better for my health and the environment, and a lot more fun, than my Honda HRV.
I’m 300 pounds what bike should i get?
Watching this because of gas prices
I had a Road Bike in 1970, never again ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zir6cm9PEDA
Just for getting around town/commuting, a hybrid is most definitely the best option. With thicker tires you get less punctures, it's a more comfortable ride, a more solid build than a road bike, and without unnecessary suspension, you get much better power transfer than with a mountain bike.
Today I bought my first hybrid bike...
I think three are many wanna be racers out there that never race and never get into good physical condition that would be much better off with a hybrid than an expensive super light road bike. I’ve had more bikes than I can count and have been in various leeks of conditioning and I’ll say that unless you’re dead serious about fast paced road riding/crits the average person will enjoy the hybrid more. IMHO of course
Both are fine, just depends on how sporty of a ride you want. Road bikes are more fun, hybrids are more comfortable. That being said a hybrid can still be fun and a road bike can be made to be more comfortable.
I got a hybrid because there is so many trails and off road paths in my area. I use the roads for long distance and the trails are more for fun
I spent a good petition of my life riding bikes. I have toured through Europe and the United States on a steel frame touring bike. I decided to get a new bike a few years ago and decided on the “hybrid” bike. Being that I have already gotten used to the geometry of a drop bar bike I was comfortable being fit to a frame where my seat would end up being higher than the bars. This lend me some more aero and marginally better handling. The bike had a middle of the road Shimano alivio and Altus groupset with wide range in cassette and front chainrings. The frame had a couple scratches so I was able to get a discount and walked out the door with a bike of an msrp of 800$ for 600$. Everything on the bike was good except for wonky grips and low end Shimano hydraulic disk brakes that faded like crazy on a steep descent. I switched them out for esi foam grips and a pair of Shimano mt 500 disk drakes which are basically deore just without the logo. I use the bike mainly for commuting to class and going on gravel rides on weekends. It’s been rolling on the stock tires, 32 mm gatorskins and now 35mm gravelking sk. I ride the bike a lot and have ridden it down stairs, bunny hopped it, taken it off drops, hell I’ve even rode singletrack and the frame is still totally fine. Its got enough gearing to go fast af or crawl up a steep grade. I made the bike my own with brakes, tires, grips and stickers. It’s truly a rad bike and it has a ton of personality. Flat bar bikes with rigid forks for around 500-800 bucks are really the sweet spot for most people in my opinion they are durable, reliable, cheap to maintain, they are not very flashy, so people are unlikely to try and steal them, and con be customized to your hearts desire. If you are going to commute I recommend such bikes. Just make sure if you are going to lock it outside on a rack that you get a good u lock and know how to use it and change out your skewers from quick release to one’s that need a hex wrench so your wheel that isn’t locked is likely to stolen. If you are going to ride gravel I recommend a bike with a Shimano alivio rear derailleur. Great value. Shifts great, 9 speeds, super durable. I have thousands of miles on them over the past 8 years and have only had to deal with minor stuff here and there like cable tension.
I am beginner cyclist and I'm looking for a new bike. I live in a hilly area, so I'm assuming I should get a hybrid one, right?
But road bikes are uncomfortable and that’s why the classified adds are full of racing bikes. And if you were to spend the same money on both I feel the lines would blur
I was with you thru out this video until you threw a broomstick into my spokes with the mention of a gravel bike...wtf otherwise good job.
I am still confused between a road bike and gravel bike. My purpose is to do long rides with speed. Does road bikes causes back pain due to more aerodynamic riding position ?
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What about the thumbnail bag
Dude is just changing the year in the title every year
How come 2022 backpack video is published in 2020m
He predicted the future. Top backpack of 2022 came out in 2019.
Shitbags, not backpacks. Stuff for smoothies drinkers, not for ordinary people.
some of the backpacks in the link are not the same as in the video!
Video: Comes out in 2019
Also video: Says 2022 in the title
Top 5 best... ?? These are company promo's only!
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I’m sure an ebike conversion is just as good as a Sur Ron. Haha. You get exactly what you pay for. If you buy a cheap ebike sure go to China but most of the brands like super73, onyx, and Sur Ron are making their own bikes. I guess by your logic Apple, Samsung, Sony, Toyota etc is just a brand because they don’t make the chips they buy from TSMC lol.
Welcome to America 2022..guess what? That bathroom remodel you agreed to 40 000$ w a contractor, he just subbed it out to a buddy that will do it for 20..he made 20 not doing any work at all..
What company should we purchase from?
I am willing to buy an e bike. Any place to look for a comuting bike? Many thanks
Hahahaha! You’re awesome
You don't pay 300% more, it's closer to 100% more.. the middle man gets huge discounts for selling bulk items. Also, the manufacturers generally don't sell to the public because they rely on a network of retail to sell the items in bulk amounts so they just focus on manufacturing. I dare you to find the exact same bike straight from manufacturer and if you can I doubt it'll be less than 50% discount if you are lucky. The retail store (online or brick) handles all warranties and claims and returns, shipping, assembly and checks, etc. Also buying from an importer of those products means local jobs and money circulation.. otherwise all our money constantly goes to China for everything we want. Last point.... Every single product in the world is processed this way! You aren't a genius for discovering this. Everything you buy is bought from a bulk manufacturer or farmer by a retail outlet and marked up to pay overheads and wages and a bit of profit for their work and sold to the public.. when last did you go and buy a steak from a farmer? If you try you'll find out you can't, for many reasons.. mostly because the finished product you see is not all done by the farmer.. it's a process of people it goes through. Same with anything. Buy your bike from a Chinese manufacturer and save some money and if you have any problem see how easy it is to pay to have it shipped back to China and the 2-3 months wait for it to get there, let them fix it and then get sent back again. Heck if you think the manufacturers rip you off too why not buy the design from the engineers and architects and build it yourself? Or maybe the designer is a rip off and you do the design, research and development, product testing, build, manufacture, maintenance, warranty, law suits, wages and salaries, transport, packaging, warehousing and storage, sales and marketing, recalls, etc... You might save so much money that you will make some money.... Problem is, this is how product get into our hands.. for it to be worth their while to get it into your hands, you have to be willing to pay for the process.. or build it yourself which will be worse or more expensive than just buying it from them.
Thanks for the info. But isn't that what America has been all about over the last 30-40 years now? Everything we own is garbage made from some third world country. Nothing but salesman selling crap.
Practically everything is done this way. I would assume most people would know this at this point. Almost all components are made through a third party then shipped to whomever and assembled under a "house brand" .
I wonder if these Branders manipulate the direct sales market from China? Often I'll see some great bikes BUT with a min. 100 order, while others will have a more sensible scaled pricing.
This is how all products work 90% of all panels in TV's and monitors are made by LG and LG sell the panels to everybody Sony, Dell ect ect, you mention the bike brand Specialized, and they like 90% of other bike brands buy their frames from the bike manufacture GAINT who are the world largest bike manufacturer and sell frames to EVERY major brand Trek, Specialized, Cannondale ect ect. its called "White Label production".
bro just explained capitalism
MY FRAME BROKE THEY TELL ME I NEED A PHATHOM OUTLAW FRAME FROM PRODECO DO YOU WHERE I CAN FIND ONE ?
Why are hub motors bad?
when they say they oversee, they mean they oversea.... it's referring to being made elsewhere:P ** kidding but probably not to far from the true meaning:'D
This may come as a shock to a lot of people but really even companies like Adidas, Nike, Reebok etc don't manufacture their clothes. They just hire any random factory out there to do it for them. Often several famous clothing brands are manufactured in the same factory. So the brand designs the clothes and send the cut layouts to the factory and other instructions. Then they make a few samples and revise them and then fill up a bigger order, but they really don't have any control what happens in the factory. Only until the order is finished can the brand representative take a look if the quality was up to bar. Of course such independent operator factories do gain reputation so the key becomes about knowing which ones can best manufacture which type of clothing. Same probably applies in this electric bike business.
So true 👍👍 .
What do you think about the Freego EV DK200 1200w Bike? Is it easy to add a front hub motor, get a controller that can handle 4000W and then either 2 batteries for 4000W power output or 1 4000W Battery? Basically I want 1 throttle, 1 controller, 1 Battery and 1 4000W Hub Motor or 1 Throttle, 1 Controller, 2 Batteries and 2 Hub Motors that can work in sync.
Are these possible to do and can it be done to a DK200?