@Sebasp1976 if you are using Android, its a google requirement. You can turn off your location once connected or some people use a fake locstion app to keep them guessing.
I hate this issue, but accept its a google thing
@keeveca this is normal behaviour. The App percentage is always going to be an approximation. Its not consistent at all. Be careful trusting it at low battery levels.
@blkwalnutgrwr some serious cojones!
...and nice juxtaposition on the shapes
Be careful trimming the grip tape that you don't cut through the clear sheet. That would end with a dead sensor. I live in a hot climate and i found the original grip softened and crept fwd and eventually overhung at the front of the leading footboard.
Hasn't been an issue since i put a TFL grip on. Other brands probably also better than std.
Another piece of advice I'd share is to have a spare front pad so if for whatever reason the orig pad fails, you can swap it quick. (I'm in Australia so shipping times these days are 2months.)
@Swinefeaster live fast, die young and leave a beautiful corpse!
@blkwalnutgrwr jealous of your location and the time you have to dedicate to this mission! Amazing tenacity.
@Swinefeaster keep riding till the canvas threads are exposed or it won't hold air. Otherwise change it whenever you like. I get about 3,000km on a tire, unless you ride with 12psi or less, you should get similar.
Challenge done! 48 today, 48km (sorry i don't do miles 🤣). Great idea this, wifey thanks I've lost it.
2 x charges on stock XR battery. Limped home on first charge after 27km. Waltzed home in style for the second.
@cba20k no prob with only charging to 90%. Just make sure that you regularly do a balance charge (overnight) to let the BMS balance the cell voltage. I commute daily and do a balance charge same day every week. More or slightly less frequently would be fine.
@red7fade 600 miles and under normal use the bearings should be fine. But if nothing else (tire etc) are the cause then there is not much much else. Water in the bearings would explain why the bearings are wrecked early. Because you didn't buy new, you won't be able to know what the wheel should feel like rotated by hand or what noises are not normal.
Get your bearings changed and I would look for a local OW shop to do it, not FM.
If it is the bearings and you keep riding, then the noise is the rotor contacting the magnets and the axle will be ground out and a new motor/wheel will be required.
Bearings are a consumable item. Post your location and others may be able to recommend a place ti get them done. Takes less than 1 hr in the shop.