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Hi all.. it's been a while since I posted on this thread.. thought someone might be interested in my rig.. the ebike is rack mounted to the trailer frame.. the 52v 24ah battery is hooked up to a 52vdc 110v ac 1200watt inverter mounted in the trailer..which feeds my cabin mounted 110v computer ups battery backup system.. I have been running 110v for 3 days without charging:)
Let me know what you think
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FixedIt

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Hey all. I kept forgetting to post on this thread! My rides are below.

My previous go-fast. Trek Madone 9.9, Dura-Ace Di2. Super fun, ridiculously fast. Sold it.

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My daily driver. I live max 4 miles away from anything we need (Publix, kids' Pre-K, work, parks/playgrounds etc.) and I'm on my Trek 920 almost every day. It's stock with SRAM GX right now, but I've got new carbon bars and Venture 50mm tires going on soon. I really like the Ortlieb panniers. Also going to score a pair of the Bontrager Pro 3v carbon gravel wheels.

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My new go-fast. Madone SLR SRAM Red AXS. Since I started racing in back grad school (15yrs ago and too many bikes to count) this is by far the slickest ride I've ever had. Switching to GP5000 tubeless. I've had tubeless systems for years and it's awesome.

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Dizzy

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The 26" wheel ride was free on the side of the road. It is a cheap, department store, aluminum frame under a popular Rustoleum color. I added a 152mm crank because I hate striking a pedal on the parts of the trail that get technical, plus I like how the limited movement keeps me on the saddle and bar ends better. The RockShocks, stem, and narrower bars didn't come with it either.

I just got the BOB trailer. Now I can carry camping gear, cameras, and a fair amount of supplies. I also brought home compost and a plant, and on a different trip, jack stands, and a 12T hydraulic jack - just to see if I could.

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My other ride is a built version of another sidewalk-give-away. This Murray "Eliminator" is my daily commuter for the last year; the pic was taken before I made the ride sweet.

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nor_cal_cyclist

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