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  2. Cupins, I’d be glad to post this picture of my derailleur but my filthy (Winter and takes 2 hrs to clean and it gets dirty in a few days) Original Fat’s Derailleur but it didn’t come with the Guard. It wasn’t included in 2015. But I have my extra fat tube and a few other items in the lower Pannier Pocket to protect the derailleur in a fall. My Original is not stock and the only Original parts are the; frame, fork, battery box and bottom bracket. You might be able to review similar Sondors to yours in our Gallery and zoom in to get a good look. REDDY
  3. Can someone post a closeup photo of the derailleur and the guard on their “Step”? I changed the rear tire and not sure the guard is centered correctly. Thanks Mark........
  4. Reddy, can you post a photo of your derailleur and the guard? I changed the rear tire and I’m not sure the guard is centered correctly. thanks Mark......
  5. Hi, Im interested. To you have pictures? Thanks, Michael Private Message me here on the forum.
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  7. richie

    SONDORS PLUS

    Sondors Plus
  8. Still trying to figure out this forum. I will have to figure out how to post a photo from iPhone. Thanks for reply. I am a US Navy Vet so I bike about fourteen miles to the VA clinic for appointments in good weather. Rail trail all the way. Very steep hill up to the center from the trail. S ince 2006 I have done it eight times with a straight bike. Cheers Richie
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    richie

  10. Richie, glad to have you aboard. It’s no secret that bike riding can make or keep us healthier. I applauded your efforts and I’m following suite. A lot of new owners have adopted riding Sondors for health reasons after not riding since they were kids. Enjoy your stay and don’t forget to add pictures to our Gallery Section and conical all your adventures. REDDY 17,000 Sondors Miles
  11. I live in the North East part of the USA. Riding a bike for many years. Started with an eBike about six years ago. Twenty four volt. Upgraded to 36 volt Front wheel mod. I usually do about 1,300 miles a year. Just traded in for a Sonders Plus step through with 48 volt. It was getting tough stretching right leg over a 27.5 inch bike. Still kind of cold. Local bike shop. Love how the bike can fold in half for transporting. Yes, I should use Metrics. I will turn 79 in April. Also have an e Heart. Pacemaker. I died for about sixteen seconds before it was put in. Chest pains from CPR was hardest part. Doing fine. I ride a lot of rail trails and streets. Cheers. Richie.
  12. I just had to post several photos from the Hillside area above Anchorage, AK Just before noon today, in the Hillside area, east of Anchorage, with the SONDORS X, mountains capped with clouds today I am visiting my Son Daniel and his wife Claire here in AK, it's their place up in Hillside, the Modified SONDORS X is now Dan's and the guy in the Sandals is heading back to SWF, namely Fort Myers, FL - Good look at the modifications - Studded Tires, 32T Chain Ring, 14-32 Cassette and Bike POAGIES - made in AK
  13. I have updated my SONDORS X in order to ride the foothills east of Anchorage, AK In order to ride in this area I changed out the Stock 14-28 Cassette for a 14-32, easy swap. I also changed out the 50T Chainring for a direct replacement 32T Chainring. I had already changed out the Knobby tiers for off the shelf Knobby tires with Studs, these are a must have when riding on snow and ice. I also added Bike POAGIES, made in AK, similar to the ones shown in the SONDORS ad. After all the modifications were finished I took my 5th ride yesterday, February 21st. First a comments: The SONDORS X, basic bike without front suspension, with Studded Tires, at 8-10 psi, is a very stable ride here in AK winter conditions. Yesterday, February 21st, the gravel roads and trails had 3-6 inches of fresh snow, with ice and crusty ruts as a base. The SONDORS X held a very straight line going up or down hill on the gravel roads, even in these conditions, I was able to reach 23.+ mph, downhill, and it felt like I was in control. Thank God for Disk Brakes! It would not be possible to ride in the above conditions or the conditions shown in the SONDORS Glacier Riding Marketing piece, without making the Drivetrain and Tire modifications. I just can't get over how Stable the SONDORS X was in these conditions! Respectfully, AL
  14. No your PAS magnet wheel and pick-up look correct. Since you’ve eliminated the brake cut off switches, that’s been eliminated from the troubleshooting routine. If you can use your Multi Meter and check for voltage to the Throttle Higo that could eliminate it. With those eliminated I’d suspect a bad controller. Contact Sondors for warranty replacement. You need to go to the Sondors Storm Owners Group on Facebook. Once there ask to join. Once inside, there is a link to a support form that you can use to get to Sondors tech support. While in the Group, I suggest opening up a thread and asking the community for help on this as well. That will trigger folks' to tag the Sondors support reps who frequent that group and who are tasked with fast-tracking help in situations like yours - assuming they do not see your post themselves and contact you directly.  REDDY
  15. Hi there, I rode my new Fold XS yesterday for 10km fine without problem. When I tried today, it didn't work. The lights turn on fine and LCD starts up ok with no error. But when I tried to peddle, there was no peddle assist and the throttle didn't work either. I have tried disconnected the two cables from the brakes. I've checked all the connections (that i can see) to make sure nothing is loose and reconnected them just incase. No idea what to do now. I've also attached images of the magnet if that helps. Any ideas?
  16. Did you get this resolved? I'm having the same issue with my Fold XS. Rode 10km yesterday with no problems. Tried to ride it today but no power to the motor. Throttle doesn't work, nor does power assist. LCD and lights turn on just fine. Here is my sensor, does it look ok?
  17. Which Sondors do you own and what LCD model is displaying error code 25? If one of the Brake Cut Off Switch is causing the problem, disconnect the brake Higo connector, that goes to the controller, one by one then try powering the bike. No Go? Then disconnect the other and try. Still No Go, reconnect them both and : LEMMENO REDDY
  18. I have a major problem with the email ad that was just sent. The SONDORS X is not geared for Hills. As you know I am a big supporter of SONDORS electric bikes I have three, but if you ship them to destinations like Alaska, you’re going to get major complaints. I would recommend that you come up with a cassette and a Chainring that will climb hills in cold weather! I will restate that I am a huge supporter of SONDORS, but because I have experienced it firsthand, Cold weather and Hill’s don’t speak well for your Existing bikes. SONDORS should also offer studded tires, or tires that are set up to take studs. Just my opinion Thank you, Al
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  20. Mkcoach

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  21. No this didn’t help my climbing problem, but they sure are keeping my hands warm!
  22. SONDORS X, changing out the 14-28 Casse Has anyone had this problem, if so, please respond.
  23. Hi Matt, Bolton has them https://boltonebikes.com/collections/frames-and-parts/products/replacement-kickstand As with any particular purchase from Sondors vendors, verify the correct part by emailing the vendors before ordering. Tell them Reddy Sent You. REDDY
  24. Anybody know where to get a replacement kickstand for the Sondors Original fat tire? Their website doesn’t have any of them
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