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General Chat / The floppy little charge port cover
« on: April 02, 2021, 03:35:24 AM »
I love the Serial 1 - design, components, build, quality...

...but boy, does that floppy little rubber charge port cover seem out of place. It's easy to enough to remove; just tug on it. But putting it back seems to be a real pain. Is it just me? Is there a trick to it? I can get it, but I have to futz with it a bit.

Serial 1 Modifications / Raising the handlebars
« on: March 31, 2021, 04:04:43 PM »
My joints can't take daily riding in the "typical" efficient biking position. I have to sit fairly upright.

On my last two e-bikes, I have replaced the stem AND the handlebars, for a total of 4" of extra height. However, the Serial 1 handlebars have the brake lines routed inside them, and the stem looks non-standard - very large and square. Perhaps I was just looking at a stem cover? I can't find a manual online, and the assembly videos show that the handlebars and stem come pre-attached to the bike.

I went to the local Harley dealer, and they say they don't have a manual yet, printed or online. They also didn't want to take apart the stem for me to look at. I did note that the handlebars are higher than the seat; probably because this is more cruiser/commuter oriented. My last two bikes were mountain bikes where the handlebars seemed to be at the same level at the seat. So maybe I won't need to raise the handlebars...but it's hard to tell, especially since the shop didn't have the bike in my size.

Does anyone have access to a manual, or a bike you can examine the stem with? Thanks!

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