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eBike Motor Service Parts & Repairs | Australia3. This was your most interesting comment for me.
Where did you get the knowledge for repairs ,after market kits from where ,are you electrically/electronics trained ?
7. I changed the geo as much as possible but some sharp corners are OK on analogue, I just walk the ebike.
I have 8 bikes but dont ride an enduro bike on our tracks generally.
8. My motor is a bit lower and I added another log to our local logs rolls etc for it.
These guys sell service kits. If your electronics are cooked that's beyond me or most people but the large majority of issues with motors are the bearings, belts or sprag clutches and if you are mechanically inclined, you can do this yourself. If you aren't keen, you can send your motor to them and they will service it. Sure, it's another expense over a normal bike, but so is a full suspension bike over a hard tail. Just a shame that the motor brands and bike manufacturers don't offer this.
I've never had any more issues with my Levo SL on switchbacks than my normal bike. It has the same Geo as a Stumpy.