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Old 30-06-2014, 11:31   #46
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Re: Anyone Carry a Motorcycle or Moped on Board?

I really love riding the Airwheel, but my wife did not, so I purchase a E-Twow S2 for her.

E-TWOW S2 - Specification
1. Max speed - 27 km/h (16.7 mph)
2. Average speed - 25 km/h (15.5 mph)
3. Weight 10.7kg (23.5 lbs) (6.5 Ah battery), (depend on the battery cap. and the rear wheel type)
-------------11.0kg (24.2 lbs) (8.5 Ah battery)
4. Range - 25-27km (15.5- 16.7 miles) (with 70kg (154lbs person) and 6.5ah battery)
-------------32-35km (19.8- 21.7 miles) (with 70kg (154lbs person) and 8.5ah battery)
5. Unfolded: 940 x 150 x 1160 mm (37L x 5.9W x 45.6H)
----- Folded: 945 x 150 x 330 mm (37.2L x 5.9W x 12.9H)
6. Maximum Incline 15
7. Rear wheel types: 1-Eco / 2-Sport / 3-Comfort
These three kinds real wheel are:1.PU+plastic, 2PU+Aluminum (optional), 3 rubber+ Aluminum. (optional).
8. Comes with a new Trolley Function which allows you to wheel it around on its front wheel while holding on to the rear wheel, instead of having to lug it around in certain situations.
9. Steering column 2 level
10. Handle bar folding system (patented)
11. Steering lock
12. Front suspension (spring), Front 2nd shock absorber rubber tire
14. Rear suspension (spring), Rear 2nd shock absorbing rubber tire
15. Fast charger -----------1h 40min
16. Normal charger --------3h 20min
17. Ubi (uniblock interface ) ( patented)
18. Led automatic light by sensor (prog. 1) klaxon(2 speakers)
19. Adaptive magnetic braking system (intelligent kinetic energy recovery system, second generation, included)
20. Adaptive back light display
21. Temperature indicator ( c/f )
22. Speed indicator (km/ml)
23. Odometer
24. Trip meter
25. Cruise control (optional)
26. Motor: 100w--350w (depend on controller settings)
27. Wheels size : Front 200 mm (7.8 inches)
---------------------Rear 200 mm (7.8 inches) • View topic - New E-Twow S2 model with spec. and pictures
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Old 30-06-2014, 11:53   #47
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Re: Anyone Carry a Motorcycle or Moped on Board?

Get an electric bicycle. No special license, they go over 30mph and some like my wife's have a range of over 60 miles and can be extended to over 100 miles by carrying an extra battery. Also, much easier to get on and off a boat.

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Old 01-07-2014, 13:38   #48
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Re: Anyone Carry a Motorcycle or Moped on Board?

More options discussed here: Vespa Scooter on My Boat ?
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Old 06-07-2014, 18:41   #49
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Re: Anyone Carry a Motorcycle or Moped on Board?

80cc Chinese engine kit to be mounted on a bike, weighs nothing and cheap
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Re: Anyone Carry a Motorcycle or Moped on Board?

You all know the flyin hawiian, Rod keeps his Harley on the back porch. If you haven't followed Rod's adventure you have to follow at S.A.

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