Training - ebike and a non ebike

Slick

Veteran
Surely it's just a case of opening another category?

Doesn't make sense to me and actually appears to be very unfair.

Just turn up and ride the route anyway, what they gonna do.
 

Phaeton

Guru
Location
Oop North (ish)
Surely it's just a case of opening another category?
Doesn't make sense to me and actually appears to be very unfair.
Just turn up and ride the route anyway, what they gonna do.
I certainly would do this if I'd paid
 

jowwy

The bearded Powerhouse
@Phaeton

Just rode home and this is the stats

31.4miles - 1545ft climbing
400wh battery - 1.5bars of battery left (out of 5)
18st 9lbs rider
22kg bike and kit
 

cyberknight

As long as I breathe, I attack.
Is the ride supported in case of a mechanical ?
Maybe there could be issues fi an e bike dies roadside and the roving mechanics cant fix it .
 

Pat "5mph"

A kilogrammicaly challenged woman
Moderator
Location
Glasgow
Just turn up and ride the route anyway, what they gonna do.
That's what I would do too, how are they going to find out anyway, are they going to check all the bikes??
Is the ride supported in case of a mechanical ?
Maybe there could be issues fi an e bike dies roadside and the roving mechanics cant fix it .
That is possible, some Ebike retailers, I know of Bosh, will invalidate the warranty if a non Bosh trained mechanic has touched the bike.
Surely though, this would be at @jann71's own risk?
 
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jann71

jann71

Über Member
Location
West of Scotland
how would they know? what ebike you got?

id ride the route anyway, nothing they can do about it, as its a public road and not a closed road event
My friends suggested I cover the battery with my jacket

It's a closed road event.

I have a Bergamont eHorizon 6
 
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