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Old 11-22-18, 10:44 PM
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Bikes: K2 (Marzocchi/Fox), Trek 6000 (red) MARS Elite up front, Specialized Hardrock Sport -> eBike (R7 Elite up front), lastly TREK 820 loaner. Recently sold Peugeot du Monde Record and 1956 Schwinn (owned since new).

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Originally Posted by Bigbadjohn View Post
I have a heavy duty racing bike all steel. 700 wheels it has 7-speed cassette
I would like to convert to E-bike
should I do rear wheel or front what the pros and cons
I would greatly appreciate any recommendations of the type and manufacturer
Get a hold of Matt at EMPowered Cycles and see if he can make a sensible kit for your bike. A modest mid-drive at 36v will prolly be all the wheels and chassis can handle, long term. Bafang 8Fun BBS01-B will be right around 350w, but will pedal assist quite nicely up to 25mph, or more depending on controller.

If Matt does not want to play, Grin (ebikes.ca) will assemble a BBS01-B kit. So will Dillenger - Iris will help you through the process.
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