Looking through the stats after my ride, 12.78 km total, got the battery down to 29% (198.8 Wh used). So, 15.56 Wh/km (I was doing a lot of full throttle and hill climbing in the last part of the ride, and had a headwind for most of it).
I'll take it.
That does mean that on my commute (roughly 16 km round trip), I'll want to bring the charger, though - on paper I *should* be good for the round trip, but better play it safe, especially because there's a fair amount of climbing.
Hey, finally got some good scooting weather.
Observations while I'm sipping on some coffee:
Weak regen is actually really hard to ride smoothly, because there's a brake microswitch that, a couple moments after you touch the brake lever, gives you max regen. Strong regen is much easier to control, as it's all on the throttle.
Hills, with my fat (115-120 kg?) ass, lol no. And, kicking under power gets front wheelspin.
The battery is at 67% after 6.36 km - at 280 Wh, that's 14.5 Wh/km.
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The accessory every lifted pickup needs, after the truck nuts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rWN9CECdXc
"don't be evil": Google tries to patent a student's work after the student demos it in an interview https://patentpandas.org/stories/company-patented-my-idea
Why battery-powered vehicles stack up better than hydrogen: https://phys.org/news/2018-11-battery-powered-vehicles-stack-hydrogen.html
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@bhtooefr I actually find this incredibly ironic, they rarely go outside their community of anarchists, and yet they advocate for things like Pan-Globalism.
Migrated to @bhtooefr.
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