(admin) 3 years ago
Both the Halfbike 2 and Halfbike 3 are best suited to flat ground. However they can manage going up hills as well, especially if the rider is fit. We can tell from experience that both the three-speed and four-speed models are fine for inclines up to 7-8%, but anything over that will be a struggle. When ordering a Halfbike 3 you're presented with 3 options of gear sprockets to chose from, depending on the terrain that you ride regularly. If your city or daily commute would be on mostly flat terrain you should go with the 14T sprocket. If it's a mix of flat ground and gentle slopes you should go with 15T. If it's a more hilly area you should go with the 17T sprocket.
7 months ago
Hi, could you provide an estimate on average and top speed with 14T, 15T and 17T gear sprockets ?
(ambassador) 6 months ago
Hello I allow myself to answer you The difference in the sprockets allows you to have a faster recovery but not to reach a higher speed. Specifically, the speed limit is dictated by your skill and courage. The halfbike is not designed for racing or speed racing but rather to be able to maintain the same speed over time and for long distances ___________________________________________ Remember after purchasing to use discount code NETJC to get a discount on the final price. Ricordati dopo l'acquisto di usare il codice di sconto NETJC per avere un'agevolazione sul prezzo finale-
(ambassador) 2 months ago
Is it possible to change sprockets? Would we need a new chain?
(halfbiker) 2 months ago
Yes, some riders experiment with different ones. A new chain is included in the sprocket set.
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