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  1. I have a new XS, shipped NIB to me in August. I have approximately 300 miles on this bike. I'm experiencing erratic power output to the motor through the color LCD display. With factory default settings, here is what is happening: While riding the bike after initial turn on, power assist level 5, the bike easily reaches top speed, between 21 and 22 mph. While keeping constant pedal speed, after about 0.2 miles, power output to the motor is gradually is reduced, to the point that I cannot maintain top speed. Power to the motor is reduced and I will slow to 13-15 mph. While this is happen
  2. written by Mike Ritchie – B/Y Storm e-bike owner Here are a few pictures showing the "no power" issue caused by a brake switch being triggered. If you've charged your battery, inserted it correctly and have your battery switch turn to "on", and you confirm that the LED lights on your handlebar throttle illuminate, BUT you don't get power (or intermittent power) the issue is likely with your brake cutout switch. This bike is designed to cut off the motor when the brake levers are depressed, even a very small amount. This issue can be caused by brake cables with too much slack,
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