Thanks for the laugh, BradSuspension forks are aluminum, and aluminum is not your friend when it comes to any hubmotor.
My face was rudely introduced to the pavement when I refused to believe this once...
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Even at only 300 watts, the motor tore the aluminum forks apart after one day.
These were brand new quality forks from a decent mountain bike (rock shox or something like that)...
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Aluminum does not fail nicely at all. I consider it like glass.
If you are like me and prefer to learn by trial and error, then please let me suggest the following...
That is my routine as an official AZ test pilot!
- When going over the handlebars, lean slightly and tuck your head down while entering a roll position.
- Expect that the bike will remain in motion during your impact, further adding to the carnage.
- Once the dust settles, stand up quickly and pretend like... it ain't no big thing! Examine wounds at home.