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  1. Over the last several years SONDORS has evolved the electrical systems of their bikes from open/generic Bafang to several different proprietary set-ups. The purpose of this document is to briefly explain each generation of bike and explore the issue of parts compatibility for upgrades and repairs. The original "Original" (Generation 1) In 2015 the SONDORS e-bike was born after backers on crowd-funding site Indiegogo waited for up to half a year for the first $499 e-bike. There was only one bike, and it came in a few different color combinations. The bike was single speed and there was no LCD available until months later, and shipping was $174 extra. It used an 8.7Ah bottle battery and there were no extended batteries available except from third party vendors months later. All of the bikes used the standard 3-LED, 6 pin throttle still in use today on single speed bikes. Identification: These bikes are easily identified from a few visual clues: The words “e-bike” printed on the battery box under the original SONDORS logo (see pic) The etched controller serial number does NOT have the letter “U” at the end They came in only a few colors that were never produced again – Yellow with orange anodized aluminum wheels, Black with red wheels and printing, and Black with yellow wheels and printing Compatibility: These bikes used a generic controller, which makes them the only SONDORS bike where you can add an aftermarket generic LCD (like the KT-LCD3) without replacing the controller. It also easy takes a 20A or 25A controller upgrade, which again will work with the stock throttle and any aftermarket or SONDORS LCD (available later in the year) that works with the SONDORS controller. When SONDORS started shipping an LCD, it said SONDORS on it even though it used generic protocol. This is why you can’t tell what bike you have based on whether or not it says SONDORS on it. The Kickstarter Generation (Generation 2) Following a successful and disruptive IGG campaign, SONDORS did a follow-up campaign through Kickstarter. These bikes were mostly sold and distributed in 2016 and into early 2017, and came in a wide range of unique colors (Caribbean blue, gray, pink, and others), and new options. They still used the bottle battery, but you could now get an aluminum frame bike, an extended range battery, 4.0in tires, and even first-generation front shocks. They were still single speed, but they abandoned the generic controller for a proprietary one, which started the complicated path of compatibility. Identification: A lot of bikes fall into this generation, and again there are some visual clues No more “e-bike” printed on the battery box The etched controller serial number now contains the letter “U” at the end, signifying a new, proprietary controller. The bike will also have a bottle battery and not a newer triangle battery The bike on the right is a 2nd generation SONDORS fat bike with optional shocks, 4.0 inch tires, and an aftermarket black trim kit and Ibera RA5 rear rack. Compatibility: This is the beginning of SONDORS using a proprietary protocol for their controllers. If you have one of these bikes and want to keep the stock 15A controller, the only place you can get an LCD is from SONDORS. Your bike will run using an aftermarket LCD like the KT-LCD3, but the display will be wonky. It may not show speed, the PAS controls might not work, and the battery level display won’t be right. Most owners with these bikes wanting an LCD (it wasn’t included) choose to swap out their controllers for an aftermarket 20A or 25A version (around $55-$65) and add a generic LCD for around the same price. The 3-LED throttle works fine with these aftermarket controllers. Because these bikes have a 350W motor with the smaller plug, going above 25A will usually require a motor swap and usually an upgraded battery at no small cost. Many people do 48v or 52v upgrades using huge, aftermarket triangle batteries for higher top end speed and more range than the average butt can handle. The first SONDORS direct generation (Generation 3) This could actually be 2 or 3 generations with all of the changes happening, but from a compatibility standpoint I’ll lump them all together. Following the IGG and KS crowdfunding campaigns, SONDORS took ordering in-house. They started with a bike that looked just like the KS bikes but with some new colors (including red and royal blue) and also included a bottle battery. For ease, I’m going to include those bottle battery bikes sold direct into the Generation 2 bucket because technically they’re similar. However, as 2016 turned into 2017 SONDORS started introducing triangle batteries, gears, the Thin, Fold, and even the X bikes. This generation used the proprietary KT-LCD3 LCD with SONDORS printed on it, and maintained the proprietary 15A controller with the “U” in the serial number. However, this new controller now had different plugs for the new triangle and fold batteries which added some complexity. This is also when SONDORS introduced 7 speed bikes, which also introduced a proprietary 3 pin throttle. These 3 pin throttles look similar to the Bafang BBSHD throttle, BUT the pins are male instead of female. This is to keep owners from plugging the throttle into the PAS plug on the controller. These throttles are only available from SONDORS, although you can sometimes find them for sale by owners that have swapped theirs out. Identification: There are so many bikes that fall into this generation you are better off using process of elimination. If your bike has a bottle battery, it’s either Generation 1 or Generation 2. If your bike has a triangle battery AND a rectangular LCD based on the KT-LCD3, you fall into this generation. The picture on the right is a SONDORS-KT LCD3 LCD. Compatibility: This is where compatibility gets “fun”. Like with previous SONDORS bikes that are not “Generation 1”, aftermarket LCDs will not work with the stock 15A controller. The bike will run, but the display will be messed up. Here are some key points: If you want to keep the stock controller, you will need to get the replacement LCD from SONDORS If you want to upgrade your controller to 20A or 25A, you will need a new, aftermarket LCD. You can get the tried and true KT-LCD3, but one of the known vendors is now selling a compatible color LCD for around $20 more. If you upgrade the controller, you will need to get one with the correct battery connector, OR transplant the connector from your old controller to your new one. Most generic controllers are just 2 wire If you have a 7 speed bike, you will also need to replace the throttle if you upgrade the controller. This is because the aftermarket controllers use the 6 pin throttle and not the SONDORS 3 pin version If you need a new throttle for a single speed bike, you can get a generic 6 pin throttle from known vendors. If you need a new throttle for a 7 speed bike, you have only a couple of choices – buy one from SONDORS, or swap out the controller, LCD and throttle to something generic and not proprietary Another option is a brand new upgrade kit available form SONDORS. This includes an upgraded controller and color LCD for around $200. If you get the right kit the LCD will be set correctly and it will be compatible with the throttle Easy, right? Current mid-2018 Generation (Generation 4) In mid-2018 SONDORS switched out the controller and LCD for a new square version called the KD51C-KDS (aka KD51). This new display is completely different under the hood, and it’s gotten mixed reviews. People like that you can adjust PAS power levels, but many dislike that you can no longer see voltage on the display. All bikes during this generation were changed. They all still have triangle batteries, but the controllers and LCD for the “Original” (yes, the name is confusing), Thin, Fold, X, Sport and Mini are all changed. Identification: This one is easy. If you have a KD51 LCD, you have what we’re calling a Generation 4 bike. The picture on the right is the KD51. Compatibility: All of the compatibility notes from Generation 3 still apply, but it’s also important to note that none of the previous generation controllers are compatible with this LCD, and none of the previous generation LCDs (or generics) are compatible with the Generation 4 controller. You still need to be aware of the single speed versus 7 speed throttle compatibility with this new controller While Generation 2 and 3 LCDs and controllers are interchangeable with each other, neither are interchangeable with Generation 4 This is why many with LCD, controller or throttle issues choose to go towards generic again unless covered under warranty by SONDORS. Like with previous generations, SONDORS now sells an upgrade kit for around $200 that contains a new color LCD and either a 20A or 25A controller depending on the bike. These kits will also not be compatible with aftermarket parts, but it will maintain compatibility with your throttle if you get the right kit. November 2018 1.0.0 - Mike Ritchie
  2. Tires, Tubes, etc... http://www.bikeman.com/TR0360.html?utm_source=GoogleBase&utm_medium=GoogleBase&utm_campaign=GoogleBase&gclid=Cj0KCQiA8f_eBRDcARIsAEKwRGfKdElSYFEPPK7yZr15-lT0aEbSKQZhCgeZbrWwA5VHdowzBKr33GwaAllPEALw_wcB http://store.sondorsforum.com/collections/accessories https://www.fattirebikeparts.com/index.php/extreme-fat-tire-bike-parts-and-components-online-store/fat-tires-fat-tire-tubes-for-fat-tire-bikes/xtreme-patented-skull-pattern-fat-tires-detail http://www.ebay.com/itm/2PAK-Sunlite-Vee-Crusher-26-x-3-5-Wire-Bead-Fat-Bike-Tires-Black-fit-Speedster/371308581884 https://www.walmart.com/ip/2-Vee-Rubber-26x4-7-Mission-Command-Pair-Fat-Tires-Folding-Bead-Silica-Compound/320476468?wmlspartner=wlpa&selectedSellerId=10232&adid=22222222227144302754&wl0=&wl1=g&wl2=t&wl3=253414499279&wl4=pla-416990220389&wl5=200623&wl6=&wl7=&wl8=&wl9=pla&wl10=117446822&wl11=online&wl12=320476468&wl13=&veh=sem http://www.treefortbikes.com/product/333222416140/1528/Vee-Tire-Co-Mission-Command.html?utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&adpos=1o1&scid=scplp333222416140&sc_intid=333222416140&gclid=CjwKCAjwnLjVBRAdEiwAKSGPI3b8STHe_0gtM0A8M1T7OP6416l5nf3LxDu_3ys3U1S7Qu1H4b4A-BoC-BkQAvD_BwE Mr. Tuffy tire protectors http://www.ebay.com/itm/MR-TUFFY-XL-SERIES-Fat-Bike-3XL-26-29x3-1-4-0-Tire-Guard-Liner-Tan-Pair-/301842802164 Studded Tires http://www.aliexpress.com/item/26x4-9-Studded-Tyres-for-Chaoyang-for-sondors-ebike-fat-bike-tire/32597372847.html Fat Tire Rim Strips http://www.amazon.com/Fat-Bike-Rim-Strips-yellow/dp/B01AJFEB32/ http://store.sondorsforum.com/accessories/products/fat-bike-low-profile-street-tire?variant=5690083587 MAXXUS Mammoth Fat Tire http://www.ebay.com/itm/272084778558 VEE Rubber Tube 26"x4.00 (will also fit to 4.9) http://www.niagaracycle.com/categories/vee-rubber-26x4-00-av-26-fat-bike-av-26x4-0
  3. It's important to secure your Sondors THIN or Fat eBike, here are some Locks recommendations: Please note: Cable Locks are considered as unsafe, we already have stolen Sondors eBikes which were secured with a cable lock! The Club UTL800 Utility Lock The Club UTL800 Utility Lock is a part of The Club line of quality products by Winner International. Many Sondors Owners are using this particular Lock and recommend it. Buy now: on Amazon.com on ebay.com Abus Bordo BIG 6000 (Foldable Lock) The Bordo Folding locks feature a linked construction to provide maximum flexibility to secure to racks, fence posts, signs, etc. Compact design offers many frame mounting possibilities. Coating to prevent damage of the bicycle's paint - ABUS Premium cylinder for maximum picking protection. Buy now: on Amazon.com on ebay.com Kryptonite 999492 Black 14mm x 60" (1415) Extreme motorcycle and scooter security for the highest theft locations. 12mm six sided chain links made of 3t hardened manganese steel for maximum strength. Durable protective nylon cover with hook and loop fasteners to hold in place. Buy now: on Amazon.com Do you recommend or know another lock? Tell us!
  4. This information applies to all SONDORS eBikes shipped after December 2017: Here is the setup manual for the new SONDORS LCD - According to Storm this is the new model for all bikes shipping from now on. Users Manual-KD51C-KDS.pdf (you need to be logged in to access this file) Got the old LCD display? Check out this topic:
  5. Ok, not a bike expert, just love to ride the Sonders. Bought 4 because they handle the 1000s of acres of country forest and pasture around my home. Because I'm bicycle clueless, all the bike speak is going over my head. Would you please speak to me like I'm 12 and tell me exactly what size inner tube and tire I need to buy to replace one of mine. I have the first generation Sonders bikes. Thanks so, so much!!!
  6. Racks, Bags, Baskets http://www.modernbike.com/topeak-mtx-quicktrack-bicycle-racks-bags-and-baskets http://www.ebay.com/itm/171955210815 http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001NGF6AY http://www.kmart.com/bike-pakrak-clip-on-commuter-bag-and-carrier/p-080V007160398000P http://www.factorystore.si/topeak-prtljaznik-os-s-kljucavnico-z-vzm?___store=b2c_en http://www.amazon.com/Thule-982XT-Frame-Adapter/dp/B004KZS5GW/ http://store.sondorsforum.com/products/rear-rack-bag http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00B135SSE Fuel Tank type bag http://www.ebay.com/itm/Topeak-Fuel-Tank-Top-Tube-Frame-Bag-Large-/121831123136 Retro Rear Carrier Example mount on Sondors eBike: Green | on Amazon.com (cheapest) Chrome | on Amazon.com Blue | on chubbysbikes.com - on Amazon.com Black | on Amazon.com THIN Rack: Ibera PakRak IB-RA5
  7. Hey folks that are patiently, or impatiently, awaiting a shipping notice or bike, please read this. Based on our experience with this in 2015, here is what you can expect: As containers arrive in LA, UPS take possession and gets them processed through customs. There are hundreds of bikes per container, and probably a dozen containers. As each container is opened, UPS will mark them as received and you may get a notice with an expected delivery date (either from UPS or Sondors). This does not necessarily mean that it is on a truck yet or has left the facility The bikes are shipped by truck, not air. Once it leaves LA you may not get any update for days as the truck works it's way to your regional or local hub where it will be offloaded and scanned again. Not getting an update for a few days is normal. You will sometimes get a planned delivery notice once it gets to your local UPS. However, sometimes it just shows on your doorstep. Sometimes it shows up on your doorstep when the tracking shows that it's still in LA. It's quite inconsistent, and nobody should panic. If you get a notice, be patient. It can take more than 2 weeks to get to you depending on how fast they empty the containers and when they find space in a truck, how long the drive is, etc. Signing up for UPS My Choice might give you more info, but sometimes not. Whatever you do, don't start bombarding Sondors with emails about "where is my bike" yet. They have probably opened 1 of a dozen containers so far and are working through things over the next couple of weeks We all know there's a huge shipment of bikes coming. Thousands of bikes. I can feel the excitement, or maybe it's just me lol. But anyway I can feel the pressure building. We don't mind you posting your delivery notice, but please don't post your tracking number. Just black that part out, and you're good to go. You don't want anyone the be able to reroute your delivery to my house do you? Moderators will delete all posts we see with tracking numbers. If you have ordered or already got your Sondors eBike - please login or register and pin yourself to the member map: https://sondorsforum.com/membermap/ If you have not received your bike yet and still want a test ride or meet Storm Sondors? Check out this Event: Feel free to post your unpacked or still packed bike in this Gallery Section - We are looking forward to your pictures! https://sondorsforum.com/gallery/category/3-unboxed-show-us-your-sondors-ebike/ The Sondors Owner Forum is a great place to share information about your Sondors eBike. We have many available resources here, that may have great value for you. Take your time and read everything carefully. I would love to see you as an new member on the Owners Forum! Questions? Feel free to ask!
  8. You may have seen some ads here for the product "Booster Battery" for the SONDORS eBikes. We highly warn against these batteries they are really dangerous. Connecting two different batteries together may/will cause the weaker battery to drain first to the point where voltage becomes zero, at this point the battery will be damaged forever with no way to repair it. That may be fine for some of you but, here comes the dangerous part. The larger battery will continue to draw from the weaker battery which have already been exhausted and it will get extremly hot - a extremly hot and exhausted battery will explode and burst into flames. You are getting yourself and other lives in danger when you're connecting two batteries that are not the same voltage and amp hour. You might have been doing this with no negative effect yet but obviously you have not done long term testing. If it was this simple, someone would have done this along time ago. Lithium batteries in general are extremly explosive and highly flammable especially when you are not utilizing it properly. Here's a video of what happens when lithium batteries get hot:
  9. Hi Does anyone have a condors fold certificate for customs, I cant seem to get one from anywhere?
  10. BruceTS

    GPS installed

    To install you remove the top cap on the headset, then with the supplied longer screw and a hammer drive the threaded insert deeper into the fork tube. This will allow room for the GPS unit to be inserted. (click Image to enlarge) Currently the best deal for one http://www.ebay.com/itm/Bicycle-GPS-SMS-Tracker-GPS305-TK305-Quad-Band-Real-time-deep-sleep-NO-BOX-/321385919756?hash=item4ad417f50c I purchased a sim card from this place https://www.ptel.com/phones Just got the “pay as you go” plan and for $100 got 1 year of service It was very easy to set-up and when done sends you text messages if your bike is tampered with It will actively text you as the bike is moving or you can call the number for quicker text updates. It uses a small independent GPS chip built into the unit for location, so it is susceptible to signal loss inside buildings.
  11. Living way out in the suburbs, I need more range to get anywhere fun in this town. I decided to chuck the little 8.8 ah bottle battery, and install a triangle battery, and while I'm at it, why not over volt it to 48v? You can find these triangles in different ah ratings. 20 ah would probably be more than enough for most people, but I opted for the 30 ah 48v. Physical size is exactly the same whether 20, 25, or 30 ah. Right off the bat, your biggest obstacle is relocating the controller, which will be in the way. I decided to mount mine on the seat post tube, between the seat post and the tire. A good alternative position would be on the front down tube. In either position you should be able to mount the stock controller without cutting any wires. I used some left over mounts from a china girl motor bicycle kit to mount my controller. Next you'll need to fabricate a support to hold the battery weight off of the plastic box. This was pretty easy compared to mounting the controller. I used a piece of aluminum raw stock, a couple of washers used as spacers to lift the support to the proper height, and a couple button head bolts to hold it to the down tube, same as the stock battery cradle.
  12. MattRobertson

    Visual Map To Sondors Original Parts

    The purpose of this thread is to display the various parts of the Sondors Original electric bicycle. These diagrams are meant to annotate all parts on the Sondors Original ebike with an eye towards defining terms for the complete beginner. Have a suggestion for improvement? Post a question in the forum so all can see and contribute. This thread is a reference work that is closed to replies to keep it tidy. Try clicking on an image and bring it up in a new window. These started out life as high resolution images and can be seen larger in their native format. The Frame Here we point out common terms for the Sondors frame. These terms are common to all bicycles and ebikes, and you can use these terms in any discussion of cycling, anywhere. Bicycle Components Here we list the parts attached to the frame, above. We can't point to every single part but we have hit all of the highlights Components - Rear Zooming in on the back to label a few things not easily visible in the full bike view. Components - Front Zooming in on the front axle area to see some details on the brakes. More importantly, if someone wants to see your Sondors' nipples you don't necessarily need to call the police. Components - Middle Now you know the bottom bracket means two things depending on what you are pointing at. And the 'spindle' is the axle of the cranks, and hold on the crank arm via the crank bolt (which takes an 8mm hex key wrench that you should check every so often to ensure it is still at about 35 ft lbs of torque). Plus with this enlarged view we can see the 2-pieces that make up the PAS system a lot better.
  13. This information applies to: SONDORS Thin eBike (all variants), SONDORS Fat eBike (all variants), SONDORS Fold eBike (all variants) and SONDORS X (all variants) Great, you've got your new SONDORS electric bike. But you cannot find the keys for the battery? Don't panic! Here are two possible locations: In the Battery/Controller case, between battery or controller or In the foam packaging of the battery Didn't find them? Please carefully search in the shipping box / shipping material. They are not big so you could overlook them quickly! You searched for the keys in every possible location over and over again but couldn't find them? Please contact support@sondors.com for help. Ride safe! Andi
  14. Fenders for your Sondors eBike Collection of Fenders for your Sondors eBike - click the link to see detailed product description and price. Fat Tire Cruiser Bicycle Fender Kit - Front and Rear: buy on ebay Topeak DeFender M1 and XC11 Bike Fender Set fits MTB 29-Inch Tires: buy on Amazon Got more? Post them down below!
  15. Good day to all...While impressed by the package of the Fold X, 48v 500w bike, Id like to unlock some power. Will the Storm 20a controller be a plug and play upgrade? I have the Sonders LCD and throttle w/ on/off button.
  16. Parts: Grip Shift http://www.ebay.com/bhp/grip-shift-7-speed http://store.sondorsforum.com/collections/sondors-ebike-power-upgrades Ebike Kits http://kinaye-motorsports.myshopify.com/collections/kits (recommended Seller!) http://www.aliexpress.com/item/passion-48v-60v-72v-1000w-electric-bicycle-rear-hub-motor-conversion-kit-with-fat-ebike-tire/32296116983.html Controller 20A http://lunacycle.com/sondors-upgrades/storm-hot-rod-sine-wave-controller-36-60v/ (with LCD for a special Price!) 25A http://lunacycle.com/sondors-upgrades/storm-hot-rod-25-amp-controller-big-36-60v/ Twist Throttle http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/passion-ebike-24V-72V-eBikeTwist-Throttle-Speed-Throttle-Half-Bar-Throttle-with-electric-lock-Electric-Scooter/1088910_32478556522.html http://store.sondorsforum.com/products/twist-throttle-with-key-and-led?variant=9340134467 better Battery http://lunacycle.com/batteries/packs/36v/36v-13-6ah-panasonic-bottle-battery-sondors-compatible-upgrade-replacement/ Battery Charger http://lunacycle.com/batteries/chargers/36v-2amp-charger-for-sondors-and-other-36v-bottle-packs/ Or a really fast one: https://bmsbattery.com/ebike-charger-ev-charger/25-alloy-shell-240w-lifepo4-li-ion-lead-acid-battery-ebike-charger-ecitypower-charger.html With these settings: With these custom parameters for charging our Sondors battery. Battery Type: : Li-Ion Calls in Series: : 10s AC Plug Type: : US / North American 110V DC Connector Type: : 5.5mm x 2.1 mm DC barrel plug Charge Voltage (Default: Typical value ): : 42V Charge Current (Default: Maximum): : 4 amps At 4 amps, it will charge our battery twice as fast as the Sondors charger, and it most likely won't have any of the issues of our Sondors charger. Battery Connectors http://lunacycle.com/batteries/connectors/xt90-s-connector-set-with-pigtails/ Easy to slap some Anderson's on the ends of the pigtails, to make a spark-arresting on-off connection of big batteries. Work with the 45amp Andersons. I'm switching over to these on all of my bikes. Idiot proof (nonreversible) connections, pretty water resistant. Battery Holder http://kinaye-motorsports.myshopify.com/collections/ssog/products/ssog-bottle-battery-bracket http://lunacycle.com/cradle/ Motor replacement http://lunacycle.com/sondors-upgrades/sondors-replacment-fat-bike-hub-motor/ Motor Cable http://www.ebay.de/itm/121884545817 (ships from UK) LCD controller (KickStarter Bikes have to swap out the controller, or display will not work) http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/passion-ebike-24V-36V-48V-ebike-intelligent-LCD-Control-Panel-LCD-Display-Electric-Bicycle-bike-Parts/1088910_32457094400.html (recommended, plug & play, fits perfectly | ships from China) http://www.velomobileshop.com/collections/sondors-ebike-power-upgrades/products/sondors-lcd-screen-free-shipping?variant=10503167875 http://lunacycle.com/batteries/guages/lcd-dashboard-for-sondors-bike-hot-rod-programmed-kt-lcd3/ Male/Female cables https://bmsbattery.com/ebike-parts/439-a-pair-of-9pin-waterproof-male-female-connector-cable-for-motor-parts.html Handelbar Handlebar Stem extender: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B013JY3BTK Handlebar Adjustable Stem: http://store.sondorsforum.com/collections/sondors-parts-and-components/products/adjustable-stem?variant=9888445955 Got more sellers? Feel free to post them
  17. Why simple when it can be so complicated. And honestly, it wouldn't be that funny.
  18. SONDORS Fold and Fold X Assembly Instructions PLEASE NOTE: If you are unfamiliar with bicycle assembly, it is strongly recommend that you take your SONDORS to a reputable bicycle professional for assistance. Otherwise, if you are comfortable with the assembly process, please refer to this video as a guide for assembling your SONDORS Fold or SONDORS Fold X.
  19. BruceTS

    Folds are in...

    Folds are in... Few bikes delivered Unboxing... Screw mounts for racks.. Needs to be removed to mount bars... No issue with seat height for short people.. Jacks style Serial number location Front cabe needs to be trimmed
  20. Hi all, So my girlfriend has a Sondors (fat tire) that she got a few months ago. Since then, I've run into this issue twice: the prongs in the battery compartment get stuck. See image below. I ordered a replacement part after the first time it happened, but not that it's happened again, this is starting to feel a bit ridiculous. Is this a known issue with any known fixes? I can't keep repairing/replacing this part. Note: this is not my image, this is from another user's post. But this is exactly what I'm seeing on her bike.
  21. This video shows the assembly of your new Sondors THIN in detail. We highly suggest using this video for assembly to ensure optimal performance! © GoSondors.com Looking for a 3-Speed Conversion?
  22. Product Line - Sondors Premium Electric Bikes
  23. Andi

    Summer Test Ride Event

    until
    SONDORS Summer Test Ride Event Join Storm Sondors and fellow SONDORS Owners in Hermosa Beach, California, and be one of the first o.... TEST RIDE THE MOST ANTICIPATED SONDORS EVER! Saturday, August 12th, 2017 On "The Strand" in front of the Beach House Hotel - Hermosa Beach, California 1-2pm Meet Storm Sondors 2-7pm Test ride the newest SONDORS
  24. Does anybody know what the LCD settings would be for this set up? 48v 1500W motor 35a Controller 48v 20.3ah Battery Thanks in advance!
  25. Andi

    Sondors Stainless

    Sondors Stainless This product will not be available or shared directly on our website and is accessible only by this link here: https://sondors.com/products/sondors-stainless-us Please note that this is offered fore $1299 which is an "all in" price that includes all upgrades, LCD screen and shipping costs. There is a minimal additional cost of $94 for deliveries to Canada, Hawaii and Alaska. For our users in Costa Rica, there is a local pickup only option: https://sondors.com/products/sondors-stainless-cr
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