By Paul McLester
I just bought these two Original Fat Tires. I have owned many bikes that I never rode and want to enjoy riding. My neighbor has three Originals with the LCD and let me ride one down the street. WOW! I ordered a Thin 7 and then found a scooter dealer in another city who wanted to unload these bikes. I bought the bikes and canceled my Thin 7 order. I have riden further today than I have ridden a bike in many years. I ordered a luna LCD and controller and am looking for ward to many years of fun!
Hello Group, my name is Joe I just purchased a SONDORS Original (today).
I am looking to jump start my life this bike looks like a good way to start at least it gets me up and moving.
I need a recomendation for a package shelf and anything else I can't live without. I bought and Original
with a LCD and the bigger battery. I am a little bigger that normal people, so I figure steel would hold up
longer/better that the others. Plus it was cheaper.
North County San Diego owner. Modified!!!!
Hello fellow sondors owners. I'm just so excited about my Sondors thin and my modifications I just had to share it with you all. Let me know if you have any questions. Oh my name is Valentino. Nice to meet you all.
I'm Bryan Lovejoy!
I've commuted to work on bicycle most of my life. In Northwest Wisconsin all year around. Since 1990 in Katy, Texas USA. It can be WAY too hot ♨ to ride bicycle in the afternoons here, which is why you are reading this.
My limit on a human powered bike is 82°F. Above that, I'd get home (6.3 miles) and find myself in early signs of heat stroke. My hope with the Sondors Thin is that I can ride more easily generally, and in the afternoon, if need be, I'll use the battery only.
In this part of the world, nobody, and I mean NOBODY is outside walking, running, walking the dog, let alone riding bicycle in the heat of the afternoon from late spring to early fall. Gulf of Mexico moisture envelopes this land like a Demon from Hell. ?
So far I've experienced from 44°F in the mornings to 85°F in the afternoons. Calm mornings to gusty 35mph head winds. So far so good! I still get a good workout, yet I don't feel like I am going to die afterwards.
I’m hopeful up to 90°F. We get stretches of 97°F afternoons in July and August. No doubt a human limit will be found before that temperature is reached. As to motor temperature? We will see!
Bryan Lovejoy, Katy, Texas USA