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Old 05-27-12, 11:32 AM   #1
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Need Eneloop Part

I'm a road cyclist and had never heard of these E-bikes before, that is until this morning when a friend said her bike was "broke". She said that the power switch on her handlebars is broken and she needs it in our hilly little town up here.

Anyone have a link on parts for this bike?

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OldsCOOL, here's a vendor in NY that sells that particular model http://www.nycewheels.com/sanyo-enel...tric-bike.html Their customer service information is at http://www.nycewheels.com/help.html

Here's a vendor in Michigan that may be able to help you as well http://www.ampbros.com/ though I don't see any reference to the Eneloop model on their website.

One thing though make sure you don't try a more powerful e-bike such as a 48v 1000w setup. You'll never want to go back to road bikes or anything else for that matter.

Good luck.
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OldsCOOL, here's a vendor in NY that sells that particular model http://www.nycewheels.com/sanyo-enel...tric-bike.html Their customer service information is at http://www.nycewheels.com/help.html

Here's a vendor in Michigan that may be able to help you as well http://www.ampbros.com/ though I don't see any reference to the Eneloop model on their website.

One thing though make sure you don't try a more powerful e-bike such as a 48v 1000w setup. You'll never want to go back to road bikes or anything else for that matter.

Good luck.
Great, I'll give those links a try. Sure appreciate the help!

(I love attacking hills all by myself
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