I can see going through a lot of AAs with this so rechargables and a small charger might make sense.
I'll be road testing on RAGBRAI this week and will report.
Next step is to build an enclosure.
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I'm a huge fan of 22-32-44 front and 11-34 rear. Makes life so much easier.
I have no idea why these gears aren't available as stock on at least a few bikes in the U.S. They would meet the needs of most ordinary people riding between 4 and 27 mph.
Staying with strangers on their property or in their homes is very dangerious.
We have no idea what kind of people we are staying with are like. What are you're thoughts.