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Old 11-08-18, 09:48 AM
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Originally Posted by MikeyMK View Post
I'd usually recommend a rear hub, but your tyres are too thin for any conversion, let alone a rear hub. Unless you want pinch flats every time you're out you'll want a tiny motor in the front wheel and a bottle battery on the down tube, with oversize tyres at least 1.5 ins.
Then after your first ride you'll realise you've got totally the wrong handlebars for the job.
Im curious where you got this idea. I have been running a rear hub motor just fine on 700C tires and my city has some really bad road surfaces in spots. I think this depends on how much you weigh...
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